The management of the Union has decided to continue its special a la carte service for lunch and dinner as the demand for a less expensive service has been steadily increasing. The menu will be changed daily and will consist of the best possible food obtainable for the moderate prices charged. It is expected that many men who did not find it convenient to eat at the Union under the other system will take advantage of this new arrangement. Table d'hote meals, however, will continue to be served as formerly.
A la Carte Service in Union
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