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Sixty undergraduates will aid the Salzburg Seminar during spring vacation in its drive for $75,000, fund chairman G. Leonard Gordon '51 announced yesterday.

The students will carry the campaign to their home towns with public talks and visits to private homes. This will be the first year the Seminar has undertaken such an extensive and far-reaching fund drive.

High traveling costs and a greatly expanded program will raise this summer's Seminar expenses above those of previous years.

A drive to solicit Law School volunteers is under way. Fifty or 60 men are expected to be recruited.

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