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Undergraduate organizations at present housed in Little Hall need have no fear that they will be evicted in the near future, Dean A. Chester Hanford revealed last night.

"I should hope," the Dean continued, "that they will be able to remain where they are until some new place is found for them." The suites were originally put under Hanford's jurisdiction when the razing of Shepherd Hall left several activities without facilities. Under the terms of the agreement, they were to be available until needed by other departments of the University, but apparently there will be no such need in the immediate future.

That the arrangement is in no way a permanent one was made clear with Hanford's statement that Little Hall is "inadequate to serve as the ultimate solution to the problem. But it is a good substitute for the time being."

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