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FRESHMEN ASKED TO CONTRIBUTE

Canvass to Commence Tomorrow to raise Money for New Gymnasium

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Following the custom of last year, an individual canvass of the Freshman class for the purpose of securing subscriptions for the new Gymnasium will be made this fall. The canvassing will start tomorrow and will last for one week. Freshmen are urged to contribute as freely as possible and to maintain the high standard set by the freshman class of last year.

The following members of the class of 1917 have been appointed collectors. These men should report at Hapgood Hall 28 Holyoke street, Room 4, this evening at 7 o'clock. If there is anyone who for some good reason can no serve as a collector, he is requested to notify H. L. Sweetser, Westmorly 46 today. The list is as follows: W. T. Barker, M. H. Bird, W. M. Bliss, D. Campbell, E. S. Clark, G. W. Cobb, T. F. Coxe, W. G. Cummings, F. B. Dean, F. W. Dort, F. Fremont-Smith, J. Gassam, R. H. Hitchcock, C. H. Hodges, P. S. Howe, J. Hubbell, S. B. Ives, O. G. Kirkpatrick, P. C. Lewis, D. G. Lovell, S. J. Y. Mann, A. G. Paine, J. K. T. Philips, S. Poor, H. G. Reynolds, C. P. Steward.

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