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Meat and Potatoes

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There has been a new movement among Freshmen in recent weeks--one might almost say an unprecedented movement. It is all the result of the food served at the Union, which has brought loud complaints, both intestinal and vocal, from its victims. Too often do diners have their choice of stews, hashes and other slyly-titled ramifications of once-new food. An impromptu committee of disgruntled Freshmen is now investigating the matter, bent upon some solution.

Inefficiency in the kitchen appears to be the trouble at the Union, just as the Student Council found it rampant in the Houses last year. With fixed board rates, the Union's dietitians should be able to plan their orders with less left-over food. There must be some such answer, and the Freshman committee, with the righteousness of disappointed gourmets, will find it.

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