With all Harvard hurrying out of the restricting militarism of war, the editors of the CRIMSON and the Service News have announced that the Harvard CRIMSON, for 73 years the journal of University news and opinion, will be re-activated on April 9th.

During the war, the CRIMSON, shaped to fit the needs of students in uniform and a scattering of civilian undergraduates, prepetuated itself as the un-opinionated Service News. This wartime adaptation will have served for three years and six weeks as the news organ of Harvard when it reverts to the pre-war CRIMSON. The CRIMSON will publish three times per week at first and return to a full daily schedule by the fall term.

Editors for the CRIMSON will be selected from competitions beginning next Tuesday, February 12, for which all undergraduates are eligible.