With this issue the Ninety-six board assumes control of the CRIMSON. It is needless for us to repeat the assurance of each new board that the change in management is the sign of no change in the general policy of the paper; that policy in the main has long been fixed beyond change. It remains for us only to alter as may be necessary the methods by which we seek to maintain in our proper sphere, the sphere of college life in general and of Harvard life in particular, the character of an efficient newspaper.
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