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The Crimson has received the following letter from Lawrence B. Holland, chairman of the Orange Key at Princeton:
The Orange Key at Princeton can locate visiting Harvard Undergraduates in free Campus rooms on November 1 and October 31.
Applications for such accomodations must be received by Friday morning and should be addressed to L. B. Holland, 11 Blair Hall, Princeton, New Jersey. A list of the room assignments will be posted on the door at 11 Blair by 7 p.m. Friday. Assignments for both or either night will be made arbitrarily Harvard undergraduates planning to stay with Princeton friends should make such arrangements directly not through the Orange Key.
I hope that many Harvard undergraduates will find this service accomodating.
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