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$148,426 Given This Year Is Double the Amount of Last Spring


Announcement came last night that the annual alumni contribution of the University for 1936 is, to date, approximately twice as large as that received last year. Although figures could not be obtained on the detailed progress of the University's Tercentenary money-raising program, it was judged from the announcement by Harvard Fund Headquarters in Wadsworth House that Tercentenary gifts were rolling in at double the rate of that of ordinary years. This fact is particularly note worthy is view of the fact that the solicitation of Seniors this year did not take place until April and June 6, instead of March 4 and May 10.

At a meeting yesterday the officers of the Harvard Fund for the past year were re-elected. They are Lawrence Coolidge '27 of Boston, chairman; George Peabody Gardner, Jr., Chief Marshal of 1916, vice chairman; and David McCord '21, executive secretary.

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