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Success in the Georgian Cafeteria strike was celebrated at a Student Union Labor Committee meeting held in the Phillips Brooks House on Saturday at 12 o'clock. Ernest J. Simmons '26, assistant professor of English, and president of the Teachers' Union, was among the speakers.
Simmons was much pleased with the results of the strike. He commented: "The student activities were excellent experience for the committee members in studying actual union relations."
Joseph Stefant, secretary of Local 136, spoke on the concluded terms of the agreement and gave the running history of the strike. Arthur Mason, representative of the workers, thanked the Student Union for their aid in effecting the victory of the cafeteria's employees. He welcomed the event as a stride toward cooperation between town and students.
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