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American Defense, Harvard Group, is sponsoring a drive to gather "recreational material" for the National Guard units and draftees training at Camp Edwards on Cape Cod.
In a letter which will be sent to the various clubs, Houses and Faculty members of the University, as well as to members of the Defense Group, requests are made for "recent numbers of magazines, books, games, musical instruments, and records" to help amuse the soldiers.
Contributions may be left with the janitors of the University buildings. Any surplus will be given to sailors at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in response to a plea from that port.
Mason Hammond '25, associate professor of Greek, Latin, and History, and James R. Stewart, superintendant of Caretakers, signed the letter with James Biggar and William P. Bunyon, representing Camp Edwards.
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