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Seeing-Eye Dog

September 23, 1972 of the University and, on the other, every year new colleges are opened and promises are made that as many students as possible will be given admission. If this policy of expansion is going to be continued then even College Councils would have been either very temporary measures to help the University to cope with the situation or they would have had to be developed into something more than mere regional Councils, and might have been the means of establishing a new layer of purely undergraduate institutions between the school and the University. Such a scheme would have ultimately damaged further standards of undergraduate education and also impoverished the University.

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