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The plan for the establishment of an Inter-collegiate Press Association has at last taken definite form and bids fair to be soon realized. The HERALD has previously expressed itself as in favor of the scheme and sees no reason now for changing its opinion. With careful and sensible management and with moderate and definite aims there is every reason why such an association should become a success and a power of great moment in the college world. In spite of the ultra-conservative forebodings of the Crimson and the Courant we think its uses and its outcome need neither be trivial nor doubtful. The HERALD certainly can see in the plan distinct practical advantages for itself, and, as we believe, also for our esteemed contemporaries.

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