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Senator Butler Intervenes to Relieve Postal Congestion


United States Senator W. M. Butler of Massachusetts received word from Washington yesterday that his request for the establishment of a branch of the Boston postoffice to be located in the midst of the new Business School dormitories has been approved.

At present a temporary cellar in the quadrangle of Morris Hall acts as a Boston branch postoffice. The small size of this office makes it necessary for the Business School men to stand in line for some time to get their mail.

Within a few days the postal authorities hope to install the necessary equipment and have the branch office in operation. The present delay in delivering the mail is owing to the fact that the Business School is not on Cambridge land but is situated in a suburb of Boston.

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