Union Eating Plans Announced
Two tastefully-furnished Rooms, A and B, have been set aside by the Harvard Union for the use of those who are eating at the club tables. New shades and dark red portieres have been provided, and during the winter months a fire will cheer the eaters during dining hours.
There is still an opportunity for members of the Union to form club tables, it was announced by the Union management yesterday. Applications for groups of from six to 12 men should be made at the office of the Graduate Secretary as soon as possible. Only luncheon and dinner will be served in the new rooms, since breakfast will be obtainable individually in the main dining room.
Patrons of the club tables will be charged the regular Union prices, with large rebates if at least 17 measl are eaten. The price of board for 17 meals will be about $8.75, and for 21 meals around $11.00. Tables will be reserved provided that attendance keeps up to an average of 80 per cent of the club's membership.