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A new and spontaneous answer to the problem of Graduate Center parietal rules came last night with the founding of the Radcliffe Couple-Sitting Service.

Grad parietal rules state that at least two girls must be present in a room, and the new service will provide a couple-sitter, at prevailing baby-sitter rates, for any grad student who wants to entertain a woman until the 12 midnight deadline.

Employers are under no obligation to feed their couple-sitters. The only requirement is that there be enough light for the chaperone to do her homework.

The R.C.S.S. has put up lists in all Radcliffe dorms, on which prospective couple-sitters can sign up. Grad students can leave their orders with Martin L. Barr 2L, the chairman of the new group, who lives in Shaw 207a.

"We have struck a blow for the independence of the graduate student," Barr said last night. "Our only worry is that the couple-sitters will become too attached to their work."

He also mentioned the possibility of a dateless grad student hiring two sitters and taking his pick.

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