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DINING HALLS GO PEDANTIC

Whole Wheat Bread Now Must Be Called "Entire Wheat" on Menu

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Following the lead of the Maintenance Department in high literary endeavor, the composers of the House Dining Hall menus produced the phrase "entire wheat bread" for the noonday meal on Thursday.

Striving to avoid monotonous repetition in their daily compositions, the dieticians have coined this phrase to take the place of the more mundane "whole wheat bread," thus following the lead of the Maintenance Department, which earlier in the year labelled the new Sever exit an "egress."

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