No stags will be allowed at Radcliffe's annual Christmas formal Dec. 10, Social Chairman Helen Cutter '57 revealed last night. This decision reverses last year's policy of encouraging stags. "The experiment was not a failure," Miss Cutter explained, "It was just not much of anything."
The barring of stags has, however, raised financial problems, the Social Chairman admitted. Only two dormitories will be used instead of the customary three or four, and ticket prices must rise to $3.50 per couple, compared to $2.50 last year. "We were all right when we had stags in the winter," Miss Cutter said, "but we lost money when we eliminated them in the spring."