Students: Females in the Fraternity

At Stanford University's Lambda Nu fraternity house, complains Junior Dan Stone, 20, "our most cohesive social function is watching Walter Cronkite." Next fall the fraternity's social life should get a big lift. With the University's consent, the 30 brothers living at Lambda Nu will welcome 20 coeds as "associates" who will sleep and eat in the fraternity, participate in its activities and, predicts one brother, monopolize the house's lone telephone.

Lambda Nu's men and women will share the dining room, living room and other facilities of the fraternity's handsome house overlooking Lake Lagunita. The coeds'...

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