The CRIMSON wishes to congratulate the editors of the 1912 Class Album which makes its appearance today. To the entire class, through whose co-operation such a complete Album has been made possible, much credit is due. In the quantity and quality of its pictures, in its literary matter, as well as in its small cost to the buyer, the Album far excels all previous ones and sets a standard which future classes must strive hard to maintain. The Album is a complete record of college life and activities-a record which every man who is leaving college should carry with him.
THE 1912 CLASS ALBUM.
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