A few days ago we took occasion to remind the sophomore class that there were but two of its members on the editorial board of the CRIMSON. Now we wish to speak a word in the same strain to ninety-one. We have at present only one representative from the freshman class, and we are anxious to have more in due time. Shortly after the April recess we shall take on another freshman editor, provided one is found competent to fill the position. We therefore invite any member or members of the class of ninety-one to contribute to our columns-whether they have had any previous training or not. The trial will be necessarily a competitive one, but that fact need deter no one from entering the lists. The freshmen have proved that there is some athletic ability in their midst; let them show what they can do in a literary way. It is not too soon to begin; on the contrary, now is just the time. As we have said before, the managing editor will be glad to meet any would-be candidates and give them any advice that may be necessary as to subjects, style, or other points. We expect great things from you, ninety-one; let us see whether our expectations will be justified.