Telephone numbers of over 2,300 students, plus listings for all Houses, clubs, and nearby women's colleges, will appear in the new CRIMSON phone directory on sale today.
A limited number of copies may be procured this week at the Crime's business office on Plympton Street, between the hours of nine and five o'clock.
All undergraduates, graduate students, and instructors who listed their names with the CRIMSON during the recent registration period have been included in the 32-page booklet, as well as the home telephone numbers of commuters.
The edition which hits the market today is the first edition since pre-war days. Like its ante-bellum predecessors, the directory will have a regular publication.
Phone Book Printed, Goes On Sale TodayCambridge telephone information operators will have an easier job for the rest of the school year. The 1949-1950 CRIMSON Telephone
CRIMSON TELEPHONE BOOKBy the first of next week the annual Crimson telephone directory will be delivered to all University students living near
Married Men, Commuters Urged To List Phones with CrimsonAll commuters not attached to the Dudley Center have been urged to file their telephone numbers with the CRIMSON before
1000 Men Must Enroll Now For Phone DirectoryOver 1000 resident students will have to list their addresses and telephone numbers this week to be included in the
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