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J. S. Clark '23, who is in charge of the Phillips Brooks House Clothing Collection, has requested all students to have discarded clothing as well as old text books and magazines ready to give to the collectors who will call at their rooms today or tomorrow. As each collector has been assigned to see a large number of men, it is essential that there should be no delay if the collectors are to reach all the students in the University before the drive ends Friday noon.
The charities who are going to distribute the collected articles to the poor report that there is a pressing demand this year for coats, suits and shoes. Any clothing, no matter how worn, can be used and is desired.
The following changes in the collectors' assignments have been made:--
Conant, 3-20--White instead of Falconer.
Dunster, 25-41--Mack instead of Macy.
Dunster, 42-40--Darling instead of Humphrey.
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