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'Cliffe Ballot Votes to Remain With National Students Association

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The Radcliffe student body yesterday voted overwhelmingly to continue its membership in the National Students Association, Jean Anderson '59, electoral chairman, reported.

The all-college vote showed 464 favoring and 105 opposing membership in the NSA. Fifty-five percent of the Annex participated in the balloting.

Debate over NSA participation began last year when 25 students signed a petition to put Radcliffe's membership to an all-college vote. The students complained that the benefits did not justify the annual costs of $75 in dues and $400 to send delegates to conferences.

Larry Johnson '58, Student Council president said yesterday that the question of Harvard's NSA membership would probably come before the Council in late spring or early fall.

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