Menus in Houses May Be Similar

The College Dining Halls Department is "exploring the possibility" of serving the same menu in all Houses next Fall, Carle T. Tucker, Director of the Department, asserted yesterday.

Tucker emphasized that such a plan would aid both in purchasing and "in eliminating the idea that one House has better food than another." He claimed that food does not differ from one House to another, since all purchasing is done through a single University agency.

A final decision will not be made until later in the term, but Tucker indicated that the plan would probably be adopted.

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