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Urging that as many seniors as possible give at least a dollar this year. Henry S. Goodhue '38, class agent for the Harvard Fund Council announced yesterday that all contributions for the Fund should be sent into Wadsworth House at the earliest possible opportunity.
The objective of the Fund Council this year, Goodhue stated, is to make the class gift 100 percent representative of the entire Senior Class.
Money accumulated from contributions to the fund will be turned over each year to the University where it will be invested at the current rate of compound interest. This money is to be put aside until 1963, when it will be turned over to the University as the 1938 class gift on its twenty-fifth Anniversary.
In the past it has been customary for each class to raise at least $100,000 for its twenty fifth reunion gift. Since $1.00 given now will amount to approximately $2.50 by 1968 when compounded. Goodhue emphasized the necessity for contributions from as many Seniors as possible now.
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