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Crimson Offers Services To Committee on Public Safety

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Offering the use of the Crimson or the Crimson Network for making public any necessary measures, the Crimson board yesterday pledged all possible aid to the cause of civilian defense in a telegram to J. W. Farley, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety. The text of the telegram ran as follows:

"The Crimson wishes to offer all its services and the facilities of the Crimson Network to the cause of civilian defense. We will be ready at any time to cooperate with the Committee on Public Safety in issuing information to Harvard students and spreading calls for volunteer workers."

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