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E. House Finds Girls Don't Pay

By Laura R. Benjamin

Forty per cent of the Cliffies in East House have not yet paid their dues, leaving the House Committee with only about $40 in its treasury.

Many girls who live in off-campus houses have refused to pay, mostly because they don't really feel a part of the House.

"I don't think East House serves any purpose whatsoever," the president of one off-campus house said. She became president because she was the only person in the dorm who was absent from the first and only dorm meeting.

North House and South House are not having as much trouble collecting their dues. They differ from East House because they included fewer off-campus houses. North and South Houses have each individual dorm collect dues, $2 of which go to the House.

But East House abolished dorm dues this year, and instead collects a flat $7 for the House. When South House used this system last year, 24 Garden Street threatened to secede rather than pay the dues.

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