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Wiggins Says Single Menu Plan Uncertain

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The Administration has reached no final decision concerning the establishment of uniform menus throughout the House system, L. Gard Wiggins, administrative vice-President, has revealed.

At present, five of the House serve identical meals. The University wants to extend the common menu system to the independent Houses in an attempt to cut costs. Masters of the Houses not associated with the Central Kitchen strongly oppose the new plan.

"They view this as standardization, which I suppose it is to a certain extent," Wiggins commented. Two food management firms, he noted, recommended the change.

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