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Yard Men Circulate Petition Asking 14 Meal Plan Revival

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A petition for the return of the 14-meal plan, suspended during war years, is finding many signers. The plan provides that students may sign for meals, and if at the end of the week they have not eaten over 14, they will be charged for that number. Those eating more will pay for the present 21.

James M. O'Neil '49 and Chris T. Mahan, Jr. '49, originators of the petition, claim that many students would thereby save from $2.50 to $3.00 a week. Petitions are being posted in ten halls in the Yard, with slgnees numbering up to 60 percent in one entry as an outcome of the first week of the campaign.

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