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The first meeting of the College Sexual Freedom League came off with a loud fizzle last night as only 15 males showed up for the planning session.
Since no girls appeared, the founder, a Winthrop House sophomore, decided to cancel the meeting. "That's just not the type of sexual freedom I had in mind," was his explanation.
"I was quite encouraged by the number of phone calls that I received about the League," he said, "but I guess too many people were merely curious. I'm very disappointed with Radcliffe's response to this idea."
Conceived in late January, the League is to be patterned after the one functioning at the University of California at Berkeley. "I will be in contact with the Berkeley chapter, and hope to present a unified program at the next meeting later this month," CSFL's founder said. "We have a genuinely interested core of individuals, he added, "and I hope we will be able to attract others, specifically girls, in the near future."
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