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Demand that an inter-House committee be formed with wider powers, which could bring about efficient contact and cooperation between the Houses was voiced this morning in a letter to the CRIMSON signed by two House chairmen and two House dance committee chairmen.
The letter and the demand came as a result of a mis-understanding between members of the Leverett House Committee and an informal group of House representatives. The Rabbit men, believing that an agreement had been reached whereby each was to have only one dance during the football season, cancelled plans for a second dance the night after the Army game, and decided to take a loss of some $150, since the orchestra had already been signed.
Later learning that no such agreement had been reached by the informal group, the Leverett House Committee decided to go on with the plans for their Army party as originally planned on the same night despite the fact that they had already announced cancellation of the dance.
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