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The employees of the Harvard Athletic Association voted 25-7 yesterday not to join Local 254 of the A.F.L. Building Service Employees' International Union. They will continue to be represented by the Harvard University Employees' Representative Association.
The A.F.L. began an extended campaign to bring Harvard employees into the fold last spring, and assigned five full-time organizers for this purpose.
These organizers have charged that the HUERA, as a "company union," was not adequately representing its members. The A.F.L. has declared that since Harvard is a leader in other fields it should lead in wages as well.
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