Union Meal Crush Eased by Transfer of Non-Residents
Last year's tremendous meal lines at the Union were the reason for assigning non-House upperclassmen to eat in the Houses this year, Dining Hall Manager William A. Heaman reported yesterday.
For this purpose more than 500 men, including 367 residents of Apley, Claverly, Dudley, and Little, have been accorded full House privileges, and now cat at one of the seven Houses. Last year the 500 ate at the Union and had no such non-resident privileges.
While Union chow lines have been decimated by this move, House men report a considerable increase in their waiting time. Comparison of meal counts for October 6 this year and last reveals an approximate increase of nine percent in the number of meals served in the House.
The apportionment of men to Houses is as follows: These figures are subject to constant adjustment, however, since these men are gradually being absorbed as actual House members.
These figures are subject to constant adjustment, however, since these men are gradually being absorbed as actual House members.