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Twenty vacancies in the graduate dormitories are sitting and waiting for students to walk into Assistant Dean McLoughlin's Farlow House office and obtain imediate rights to establish residence.

If men in the Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences, Public Administration, Education, Divinity, and Design fail to claim these rooms by the middle of next week, the Law School will take a crack at filling them. There is at least one vacancy in each dorm.

A month ago McLoughlin had a waiting list over 100 names long. But at that time predictable vacancies were so few that he urged students to secure permanent quarters rather than to wait for withdrawals from the Graduate Center and other dorms.

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