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Pittsburgh, Penn.--Nov. 15 (U.P.)
Several University of Pittsburgh Freshmen who thought that they had entered school on athletic scholarships were presented with bills for $150 for half-year tuition today and told to pay them.
The Freshmen, some of whom are Coach Jock Sutherland's most promising football prospects in years, were promised additional job opportunities so they can pay for the tuition. They protested, however, that they were already having trouble keeping up with jobs, class work, and football practice.
The Freshmen hope to settle their problem by arbitration. They planned no walkout and continued practice for their last game of the season with Kiski Preparatory School.
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