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With the CIO elections at Fore River postponed until November 22, the Liberal Union will shift its campaigning forces to the job of selling Plan E to the citizens of Cambridge before and during the election next Tuesday.
At least 30 men organized by the HLU will join forces with the Radcliffe Forum in distributing pamphlets, driving voters to the polls, and making a door-to-door publicity canvass for Plan E. Peter Grey '44 is in charge of the campaign.
Meeting with the Plan E Committee yesterday, Grey mapped plans to help late office the 10 candidates supported by the Committee. Students will distribute propaganda outside the 150-foot neutrality areas which by law surround the polling booths. Others will check off the names of loyal voters as they come to the polls and arrange to have cars pick up those who have not appeared.
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