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The HCUA yesterday instructed its Administrative Oversight Committee to begin immediately a study of rising University costs. The action was a result of a request from the Dunster House Committee.
The group will examine the efficiency of University operations and look into an alternative system for establishing room rents. Many HUAC members noted that there is "very little consistency" in the current system.
Dean Monro, who was at the meeting, said he thought it was "thoroughly proper" that the Council conduct the study, and expressed hope that the HCUA could come up with "some instructive suggestions" on the room rent problem. "We are not satisfied with the present situation," he declared.
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