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Selecting Philips Brooks House as the site of their forthcoming University blood drive on November 12 and 13, Charles I. Dwindell, Cambridge blood donor chairman, and Mrs. Mary Baker, field supervisor of the University blood program, met last night with Ray Shiff, chairman of the University blood donor committee, to plan the new, Red Cross-sponsored state drive for blood.
To be tested for the Rh factor as well as blood type, University donors are expected to number over 200, or one third of the annual quota for Cambridge.
A mobile unit consisting of four nurses, five nurses aides, two blood custodians, a doctor, and a technician will be at Phillips Brooks House on the afternoons.
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