STRATFORD-ON-AVON--"More and more light," sagely noted Shakespeare, commenting on the new CRIMSON telephone book. "It tell a lie--why, spit in my face, call me horse," the poet continued. Encouraged by the Bard's response, the CRIMSON bravely offers a Free Subscription to the first person to spot all 208 errors in the book. The new expanded edition is on sale now in all House dining halls and at the CRIMSON Building, 14 Plympton St. $1, cash.
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