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CRIMSON Votes Cliffe Equality


Eighty-five years of tradition were overthrown yesterday as CRIMSON editors voted to extend full membership rights to Radcliffe Bureau members.

The motion must now be approved by the CRIMSON graduate board, by the Harvard and Radcliffe student councils, and by the Harvard and Radcliffe administrations before it can be put into effect.

Reaction to the change was mixed. A few die-hard editors foresaw the doom of college journalism. "A woman's place is in the home," commented Managing Editor George H. Watson, Jr. '58. "The female is innately inferior," added Sports Editor Richard T. Cooper '58.

But most viewed the change favorably. "We'll have a woman president by 1960," crooned suffragette leader Martha E. Miller '59. "It was merely a logical extension of our editorial stand," observed Robert H. Sand '58. "Action speaks louder than words, you know."

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