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Easily exceeding the announced quota and breaking all previous records, the Phillips Brooks House drive for books came to a successful end last night. One thousand one hundred and sixty-five books were gathered by the collectors. The quota was 1000, and last year's total was about 800.
Yesterday, the second and last day of the drive, was even more successful than the roundup a week ago. The number of books collected yesterday was 609, while last week's total was 576.
J. C. Dreier '28, Librarian of Phillips Brooks House, was the leader of the successful drive.
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