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The fall collection of old clothes books, and magazines will be started this afternoon under the auspices of the Phillips Brooks House Association. The team will be at the following places as nearly as possible at the following hours. 1, Matthews; 1.10, Wadsworth; 1.15, Grays; 1.30, Weld; 1.40, Thayer; 1.55, Holworthy; 2.10, Stoughton; 2.20, Hollis; 2.45, Drayton; 2.50, 45 Winthrop street; 3, 54 Dunster street; 3.05, 6 and 7 Holyoke Place; 3.15, Shepard's Block; 3.20, Dana Chambers; 3.30, Dunster; 4, 9 Bow street; 4.05, Westmorly; 4.15, Russell Hall and Annex; 4.25, Randolph; 4.40, Apthorp House; 4.45, 28 Plympton street; 4.50, 52 Plympton street; 5, Hampden; 5.10, Fairfax; 5.20, Claverly; 5.30, Ridgely; 5.40, Apley Court.
Tomorrow it will be continued as follows: 8, Perkins; 8.20, Walter Hastings' 8.40, College House; 8.55, Craigie; 9.15, Beck; 9.25, Brentford; 9.40, Ware.
The collectors are urged to be ready on time, and are warned not to leave articles where a mistake can be made, and the wrong things carried off.
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