With this article, the CRIMSON begins a series of three series describing the manners and mores of the Class of 1926 when they were undergraduates. The material is culled mostly from contemporary editions of the CRIMSON. Today's story takes '26 through the first term of the sophomore year. Tomorrow's article will continue following '26 into the junior year and the series will end in the Wednesday issue of the special Class of '26 editions.
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