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At an executive committee meeting last night, the newly organized Harvard Committee to Aid German Student Refugees decided to center its solicitation drive around subscriptions to the Harvard Fund, Robert E. Lane, Jr. '39, executive chairman, announced.

Much in the manner of dance ticket sales, cooperating members of the House Committees will be stationed at the entrances to the dining halls to secure signatures in a "Book for Tolerance," and collect the money pledged in this manner.

Collections from the faculty and the graduate schools are also planned. Abba Schwartz 3L will head the Law School Finance Committee.

The Committee on Political Action is preparing a pamphlet of information.

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