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Phillips Brooks House will revive a wartime "keep-in-touch" program this spring for Harvard men in the armed services.
The program will provide information about graduates in the armed forces. It also includes a mail-forwarding plan for them. P.B.H. will keep Harvard Clubs throughout the country informed of the addresses of Harvard servicemen.
Those who want to use the service should file their addresses by postcard when they are located at training camps or overseas. P.B.H. plans to send a complete list of other Harvard men in their areas to everyone who files his address.
The drive for old books and clothes officially ended Wednesday, but students can still bring contributions to the P.B.H. office.
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