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FALL CLOTHING COLLECTION

GATHERING OF CLOTHING AND BOOKS FOR CHARITY BEGINS TOMORROW.

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The annual fall collection of clothing, magazines, and text-books will begin tomorrow under the auspices of the Phillips Brooks House Association and will continue throughout the week. All members of the University are urged to make as liberal contributions as possible of the before-mentioned articles. A complete list of the names of collectors for each dormitory will be published in tomorrow's CRIMSON.

It is especially desired that as many as possible of the text-books used in the larger courses be secured for the Phillips Brooks House Loan Library. The clothing will be sent to charitable institutions and the magazines will be distributed among the hospitals, reading-rooms, and houses of charity.

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