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The Crimson Key will be forced to discontinue its annual Wellesley-Pine Manor bus service next year unless undergraduate support improves, Key president Peter B. Edleman '58 announced yesterday.

The society has lost 50 dollars since the first game of the year, when it was forced to cancel service because of the rider shortage. A minimum of 18 couples is needed on each trip to cover bus costs, which have been raised by the M.T.A. since last year.

On the Ohio University weekend, members provided a station wagon for the three couples signed up, while eight couples rode the morning bus and 15 rode the evening bus to the last home game.

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