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Phillip Brooks House will operate a book exchange to help undergraduates conveniently trade books this fall and at regular intervals thereafter, it was announced, last night.
No charge will be asked for PBH's book brokerage service and the administrators of the book exchange will market the books at any price specified by the owners.
Next September, the Book Exchange will be open for the first two weeks of the Fall Term. Books still unsold after this period will be returned to the owners, Anthony G. Oettinger '51, director of the project said. All unclaimed books will go to the PBH book and clothing drive.
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