New Type for the Crimson

With this issue the CRIMSON changes its appearance. Former editors and future candidates will be glad to learn that the old high and low eighteen point heads have been discarded. New twenty-four point headline type has also been added in order to modernize the looks of the paper.

The new format has been designed by the Crimson Printing Company after extensive research on the subject. Newspapers all over the country have been polled to determine what is the latest fashion in the typographical world.

We simply want to warn our readers that this is a genuine CRIMSON and not the product of Harvard's funny mag. We hope the Lampoon will follow our lead and that their next issue will reflect the growing demand for streamlined publications at Harvard.