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COFFEE AND COFFEE CUPS.

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The directors of the Dining Association wrestled with the momentous coffee question again last evening. As it was deemed unwise to cause an increase in the price of board by the addition of a luxury to the regular bill of fare, the present method of serving coffee for dinner was abolished. Next came the question as to whether coffee in smaller cups could not be placed on the order list at a cheaper price than it is at present. This question seemed to have many debatable points, and was subjected to much discussion. Finally a member moved to buy the after-dinner cups, and settle the rest of the question later, but as a majority of the board did not know what to do with the cups after they were purchased, the matter was laid on the table for further consideration.

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