Books, clothes and soap for the Free University of Berlin are being collectedly the National Student Association in all Radcliffe, dormitories and in Agassiz.
The University, which opened November 1, was founded to allow students and professors to study uncensored, and has been established in the Western sector of the city in competition with the old University of Berlin, which is in the Russian sector.
Judy Haskell '51, Radcliffe chairman of the drive, has appointed girls in each dormitory to be in charge of the collection in their hall. Challenges between floors will be directed by Elizabeth Tucker '52, Barnard; Marguerite Davis '50, Bertram; Winfred Nims '51, Briggs; Virginia White '49, Cabot; Anne Halbersleben '51 and Helen Margolis '52, Eliot; and Louse Pollak '52, Whitman.
A large box under the clock in Agassiz will handle commuter's contribution in charge of Baila Cohen '51.