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With this morning's issue the CRIMSON passes into the hands of the Ninety-three board. In receiving this charge, the board realizes the responsibility which comes to it, the responsibility not only of continuing the work done by previous boards but of taking steps forward and making the work more efficient and more helpful to the university. To lay before the college in an impartial way matters of college interest, and to represent as nearly as possible that rather indefinite thing, college opinion, is the work which the CRIMSON has to accomplish. It will be the aim of the Ninety-three board to do this work as judiciously as possible.

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