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The next competitions for membership on the news and business boards of the CRIMSON will begin early in the fall, probably about September 30. These will be open to members of the class of 1916. The 1917 men will be given their first chance to come out in February.
Three editors have been chosen from the class of 1916, leaving places on the board for at least seven more, who will be taken on from the fall and spring news competitions. The work required has been outlined before and will be explained in detail in the early papers of the fall. The competition is hard, for the securing of even the smallest items of news takes time; but it teaches accuracy and concentration in a way that is invaluable. The broad insight into College activities that a news competition gives is also one of its useful ends; and among its other advantages should be mentioned the practical training in handling business and men which is secured from the work as an editor of the paper.
The business managers' competition will start at about the same time as the news competition, and offers positions for two men from the class of 1916. The work required is similar to that required by the business boards of the other College papers, and general business efficiency is given weight in the choice of managers as well as ability to get advertisements and solicit subscriptions.
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