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ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS WORKERS RAISE $7700 IN CAMBRIDGE

Large Part of Record Sum Contributed by University Students

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$7700, the largest sum ever raised in Cambridge from a sale of Christmas seals, was realized this year by the Cambridge Anti-Tuberculosis Association. A large proportion of this sum was contributed by Harvard students, who were appealed to for the first time for such a drive. The Association has extended particular thanks to the members of the University for their aid.

The sale supplies funds for caring for children threatened with tuberculosis, for maintaining fresh air camps, a health center, and providing for health education work in the Cambridge public schools.

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