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Undoubtedly the most important business which came before the Student Council at its first meeting was the case of the University Register. Early last spring the weak financial condition of the Register was made known and at that time the CRIMSON suggested that the members of the Student Council, as virtual directors of the Register, put their shoulders to the wheel and get rid of the "trade" which the managers had on their hands. They were then given statements of that "trade," but no further attempt at publicity was made.
We now suggest that similar lists be sent out, but that they go this time, directly or indirectly, into more hands and that they state clearly the means and conditions for making use of the "trade." If the undergraduates will then use it as often as possible, the debts of the Register will be cleared in two seasons at the most.
The Register must be put on its feet, for its place in the University cannot be left vacant.
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