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Radcliffe Payday drained a total of $7.664 from undergraduate wallets in a weeklong campaign which extended from last Tuesday morning through yesterday afternoon.
Every club listed on the Payday envelope maintained the minimum paid membership of 20, Student Council night. The 36 girls who have not yet paid their dues will find an extra 50 cent fee tacked on this week.
Eighty-four girls joined Radcliffe's only chartered political group, Students For Democratic Action. S.D.A., which last year barely filled its membership quota, rounded up political stragglers in the last three weeks through a program of meetings, speakers, and election work.
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