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'Cliffe Cedar Hill Agenda Is Slated

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Discussion of possible changes in methods of room assignments and exceptions to the physical education requirements are two of the main subjects for next fall's Cedar Hill conference at Radcliffe Elizabeth Heaton '51 revealed last night.

Reports from the Athletic Association, the dormitory-commuter group, and the club and hall presidents are also scheduled for the meeting. Miss Heaton expressed hope that some kind of "all college hospitality" group could be formed and a parent's day arranged.

Library and N.S.A. reports, and discussion of the joint organization rules complete the tentative agenda. The Conference will open Wednesday, September 20.

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