The following notice, regarding the tri-collegiate literary competition, has appeared in the "Yale News". "In view of the frequent notices which have appeared crediting the "Courant" with being a member in the tri-collegiate literary contest instituted last spring between Yale, Harvard, and Princeton, the editors of the "Courant" wish to say that the "Courant" has withdrawn from this contest. It was entered into by the 1913 board only. The present board of editors, upon taking office, and as announced last spring, decided that the "Courant," not being pre-eminently a literary magazine, had no place in such a contest."
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Yale "Courant" not in competition.
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