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Rumors that the C. I. O. will attempt to organize the rest of Harvard's employees, following the A. F. of L's success with the dining hall staff, appear to be groundless. The consensus of opinion among the janitors and sweepers is that a union would not be of much use in the University.

Janitor Bob Lloyd, of Weld, when questioned concerning the facts, stated that as far as he knew nobody had been approached. "Even if they did come around they'd have to give an awfully good reason before I'd join up. A raise in pay wouldn't be enough. The University treats us all right on that score, and any raise in pay we'd get would be counteracted by the cost of the union.

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