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The Salzburg Seminar will be granted an additional $1500 from the unallocated funds of the Student Council Charities Drive, Roy M. Goodman '51, chairman of the Council Committee on the Unallocated Funds, announced yesterday. Final Council action will take place at the next Council meeting.

When combined with the $1300 which students contributed to the Seminar during the Drive, the new grant will relieve the Seminar of its financial difficulties, enabling it to meet April 1 obligations, Goodman added.

Fulfillment of those obligations, according to Goodman, is essential to the operation of the Seminar this summer.

In addition to the Salzburg grant, the Committee recommended that the Council give Phillips Brooks House another $500 from the unallocated fund.

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