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SPINACH FOR SPANISH GIVES LOWELL GASTRONOMIC UPSET

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Lowell House waitresses were forced to over work yesterday noon, and the whole affair was due to the laxity of the proof-reader who goes over the daily House menus.

Lowell House men were offered the delectable choice of "Omelette, plain or Spanish," but the tooth-some sounding "Spanish" was replaced by "spinach."

But the effort, however, was worth it since large numbers of men are reported to flash the hash whenever they see the word "spinach," whereas the "Spanish" only causes the readers of the "Nation" any gastronomic trouble.

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