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A graduate student is sponsoring a bus excursion to New Haven for Yale Weekend, under the auspices of the Harvard Student Agency.
The student, Bernard A. Wiseblatt '57, decided to run the service after sucessfully planning bus trips to the Shakespeare Theatre at Stratford-on-Avon, Conn., and to the Wellesley Theatre this past summer.
Because he felt "that it is a problem to take names and collect money," Wiseblatt talked to Dustin M. Burke '52, director of the Student Employment Office. Burke referred him to the Student Agency, which will handle his secretarial details.
"A minimum of 20 persons is needed to break even in the venture, and 30 would "make a comfortable trip," Weisbard said. He added that the drive would probably take about five hours, with stops every hour.
The bus will depart from Lamont Library at 7 a.m. Saturday.
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