Food Proposal JFP>1

Committee, "but we are confident that there are sufficient men in the College of contribute cheerfully from 25 to 40 cents weekly. The committee is prepared to guarantee a House quota if such quotas were assigned."

"It might be added," continues the letter, "that during the last weeks of the spring term much discontent prevailed in the house and the food strike threatened was traceable directly to the forced food savings program. Most of the discontent is attributable to specific items omitted-break, cakes, and desert. These items, while not always nourishing, possibly are the most refreshing portion of a usual meal, and the psychologic value shouldn't be over shadowed by dietary considerations."