Cambridge Y.M.C.A.'s New Building
The Cambridge Y. M. C. A. has started a campaign similar to that so successfully worked by the Boston Y. M. C. A. for funds for a new building. The date of the campaign is from November 10 to November 22, 1909. The organization for the collection of money is a citizens' committee of fifty leading citizens, a business men's committee of one hundred business men, and a young men's committee of one hundred younger business men. Stoughton Bell '96 is chairman of the business men's committee and Albert P. Briggs '92 holds the same office for the young men's committee.
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