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Remainder Will Be Portioned Out by P.B.H. to Needy Students


Distribution of 150 bags of clothes and magazines collected last month in the annual fall clothing drive is nearing completion, it was learned yesterday from Edward S. Amazeon '31, graduate secretary of the Phillips Brooks House Association.

A large portion of the clothing was used for the relief of needy Harvard students as well as of destitute Cambridge families. Distribution to the latter was managed by the Cambridge Family Welfare and other relief organizations.

A portions of the clothing is as yet undistributed and will be used for the aid of Harvard students. Mr. Amazeen is anxious, that all students who are in need of clothing should appear at Brooks House as soon as possible.

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