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Postponement of the opening of the Radcliffe Book Exchange, originally set for reading period, moved the date to February 8, National Student Association delegate Betty Heaton '51 announced yesterday.
Although 300 books have already been submitted for sale to the non-profit NSA project, the absence of demand for buying texts during reading and examination periods made it unnecessary to set up the shop at the time planned.
Projects similar to the Radcliffe Book Exchange have been tried at Harvard but always had only lukewarm success.
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