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MANAGERSHIP COMPETITIONS.

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In addition to the recent ruling of the Student Council regarding the decision of managership competitions, the CRIMSON ventures to offer a suggestion as a further effort to improve the standard of these contests. At present there exists much nebulosity as to the requirements and conduct of managership competitions; and, as for uniformity among those of the major sports, such a thing is practically unknown. It seems quite logical that the various managers should meet and work out a definite, general plan for their respective competitions, and state as accurately as possible the amount of time required, the duration of the competition, and the nature of the work. The chief aim of this reorganization should be to make the requirements for the four major managerships equal and uniform. Following the suggestions of the Student Council, practically all of the undergraduate organizations publish at the beginning of the year a statement of their aims and methods and outline the conduct of their competitions. In the same way a summary of managership requirements should be published, for it would serve to raise the standard and increase the value of the competitions.

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