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A group of Cliffies has formed a Committee of Women (COW) to fight "bull" at Harvard. The committee is threatening guerilla action if the planned raffle of seven Cliffies at tonight's Cabot Hall Valentine Party is not called off.

"We plan to provide our own Valentine treats for the men," Donna E. Lieberman '70 said yesterday. "The less fortunate ones will have to settle for a booby prize," she added.

"We're sure that the East House people see the raffle as a big joke--and that's fine," Miss Lieberman said.

Members of the committee, who have written a letter in today's CRIMSON, are planning future activities to attack more fundamental problems that women at Radcliffe must face, Miss Lieberman said.

Diorita C. Fletcher '71, president of East House, said that the raffle would take place as scheduled tonight. "The raffle is intended only as fun and good humor, not as a white slave auction," Miss Fletcher said.

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