NWF Goal Exceeded by $700. The Barnard Bulletin (New York, New York) December 18, 1944, p 1

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NWF Goal Exceeded by $700. The Barnard Bulletin (New York, New York) December 18, 1944, p 1 - lapel, NWF Goal Exceeded By $700 $3200 is the...
lapel, NWF Goal Exceeded By $700 $3200 is the most recent total achieved by students and faculty for the benefit of the National War Fund Drive, surpassing surpassing the original goal of $2500 by $700, Edith Bornn, Drive chairman, has announced. Complete totals of class contributions contributions have been compiled by drive committee, now that individual individual donations have been completed. completed. The sophomore class heads the list with $489.02. the seniors are second with $437.75: the juniors juniors have contributed $435.60, and the freshmen, $335.10. The total amount collected from all the classes during the past week is $175.75. Four sources of benefit to the Drive have not yet released the figures of their contributions: the Lost and Found auction will donate donate its proceeds to the drive; Wigs and Cues will give the money money obtained from the sale of tickets to its production Julius Caesar to the drive; and the profits derived from the two Christmas dances, Candlelight Ball in the gym, and «"Twa« thp. Nig-ht f majors II. end Christmas" in the dorms, will also go to make up part of Barnard's contribution to NWF. Many of the campus events in the past several weeks have been given on behalf of the drive. The clubs cooperated in the organization organization of the NWF Carnival, each of them sponsoring a booth in the gym to make the carnival a success. success. The Menorah Society sponsored sponsored a two-day cake sale on last week, a coffee dance was under the direction of the Barnard Hall Social Committee, a Christmas card sale was sponsored by the Lutheran Club, and a raffle sale for two tickets to Oklahoma was managed by the drive committee. The drive was put underway by an all-college assembly at which Clifton Fadiman spoke and Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve presided. Edith Bornn, chairman of the drive, has expressed her satisfaction satisfaction at the outcome of the drive, and extends her thanks to the students for their contributions and active aid and to the faculty 'for~its~contmuous been a pleasure," Miss Bornn state, "to work for such a fine cause and with such a grand of people."

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