Along with every other college newspaper, the Crimson has been adversely affected by the war. Local and national advertising is harder to sell because of uncertain conditions everywhere, costs are rising, and Harvard's accelerated program is taking up much of the former spare time of our staff. During such an abnormal period, exempt. For these reasons we have found it necessary to cut out the six Saturday papers remaining this semester. We plan, however, to put the Crimson on a year-round basis and will continue publication throughout the summer. Furthermore, the curtailment of our regular Saturday issues will permit more frequent six-pages papers and special editions on heavy sports week-ends. The Editors.
Crimson Editors Announce Suspension of Saturday Issues for Duration of the War
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