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It was standing room only for a while at the new Graduate Commons dining hall last night. By 6:15 p.m. the waiting line stretched all the way down both ramps and the whole length of the ground floor. Many hungry students, seeing the mammoth queue, turned away. Those who waited, though, found that the long line moved steadily, if slowly.
William A. Heamann, director of the dining hall, said that the huge pileup was a freak, and probably would not occur again.
"Now registrants brought in an unusual number of visitors," he explained, "That made the difference. Under ordinary circumstances we will have no trouble feeding everyone."
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