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Group tables will be instituted in the Standish Hall dining room on May 1, according to an announcement made last night.
The decision to try this new departure in one of the Freshman Halls, was reached a day or so ago when Assistant Dean Perkins called the Standish Hall Dormitory Committee to a meeting and suggested the experiment of group tables, in this one hall, with the possibility of extending the system to the other Freshman dormitories if it proves successful.
A dozen tables with 14 places at each will be set in the Standish dining room, and one waitress will have the care of a single table. Men who desire to eat together at a table may hand in their applications to the Dormitory Committee.
It is expected that by having groups eat together in this way a closer relation will arise between the Freshmen, a relation which is largely absent under the present system, and which is generally felt to be highly beneficial.
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