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Livingston Hall, vice-Dean of the Law School and chairman of the Harvard Unit of the Red Feather Campaign, announced yesterday that the University raised $39,315 in the 1951 drive, a 14 percent increase over last year. The contributions came to 86.5 percent of the quota, which the Boston headquarters had increased about $11,000 over the 1950 goal.

Undergraduates allocated $1,034 to the Community Chest during the Combined Charities Drive, while graduate students contributed $3,633. Faculty members subscribed $27,894, for an average of $26.72 per person. Sixty-one percent of the staff responded with $7,243, an average increase of about ten percent in individual contributions.

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