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Group Allocates Charities Money


Final disposition of money remaining from the Combined Charities Drive was announced last night by Roy M. Goodman '51, chairman of the Committee on Unallocated Funds.

Gifts of $800, $600, and $500 have been made to the Cambridge Tuberculosis and Health Association, the Student Council scholarship fund, and the Harvard Displaced Persons fund, respectively. Another $200 will go to the World Students Service Fund.

The Committee is also studying a request to send approximately $30 worth of streptomycin to a Bulgarian student in Sofia who is suffering from tuberculosis. He wrote to the University requesting the medicine and the letter was forwarded to the Committee.

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