Education: C.I.O. to Yale

Harvard settled the troublesome problem of its scrubwomen's low pay several years ago by employing scrubmen at low pay. Last week, however, the university was negotiating with the A. F. of L., which was organizing kitchen workers, scrubmen, maids. Yale, meanwhile, had its hands full of C.I.O.

Prelude to a C.I.O. organizing campaign among dining room and dormitory help was an article last week in the Nation, called Yale Needs the C.I.O., by the Rev. George Butler, a Yale Divinity School graduate. Yale maids, he declared, get only 25¢ an hour, against 29.1¢...

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