FUTURE OF UNION UNDER DISCUSSION AT LUNCHEON
MAY BUILD ANNEX FOR FRESHMAN DINING ACCOMMODATIONS
Yesterday at the Harvard Union, under the auspices of the governing board of that organization, a luncheon, attended by a number of graduates and undergraduates, was held in an effort to learn the student opinion on the question of the disposal of the Union under the House Plan before the report of the governing board on this matter is submitted to the Corporation. Judge F. P. Cabot '90, president of the governing board, described the main alternatives, assuming that under the House Plan Freshmen will live in the Yard, as follows: "Either an annex to the Union will be built containing the Freshman dining hall; or the Union will continue to be what it is now, a club house for graduates, commuters, and undergraduates who care to use it, and the Freshman dining hall will be built as a separate building elsewhere.
When the question was put to a vote by those present at the luncheon, opinion was evidently about evenly divided, and Judge Cabot was forced to leave the matter still undecided.