Sales of nickel candy bars in Radcliffe dormitories and off-yard houses will help pay the current deficit of the "Forty and Nine" yearbook, Rita Guggenheim '49, Editor-in-chief, announced yesterday. It was estimated that the "Forty and Nine" is running about $600 to $1000 in debt.
The cost of the yearbook will be boosted from five to six dollars as another means of balancing off the lack of funds.
Miss Guggenheim was recently appointed Editor-in-chief of the yearbook succeeding Cynthia Baker '49. She had previously served as managing editor of the annual.