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BANS ON UNCUT FRUIT UPHELD BY UNION AS YARDLING SIGNS

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An innovation in Union dining policy was revealed yesterday night at supper, when a Yardling was forced to sign for an uncut orange. Only after strenuous urging was he able to exercise the right of cutting the fruit to his own taste, and then at a cost of five cents.

Apparently the Union regime is enforcing an old regulation which has been allowed to lapse during the past year, when students have been allowed to leave the Union with pockets full of oranges and apples. Uncut apples also are being checked, for a Yardling can't have one unless he agrees to show the core after he has eaten it.

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