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To the Editor of the Crimson:

In regard to applications for the houses... the booklets are useless, since they do not tell which rooms are to be actually available...

Why can't a list of rooms available, with prices, be published...? Such a list is given out to applicants for Freshman dormitories, so there is no apparent reason why a similar one should not be issued to applicants for the houses. It certainly would save much time and avoid a good deal of confusion. Yours sincerely,   Edward Salvatore '41

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