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FRESHMAN RED BOOK.

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The 1915 Red Book which made its appearance yesterday is a volume of which the Freshman class may be proud. It is in every way what it claims to be, "a record, a register and a remembrance of the first year in College." The entire volume is well edited, the numerous and excellent cuts adding to its attractiveness. The Red Book as an institution, we hesitate to say "activity," at Harvard has fully justified its existence during its brief history of four years. It begin as a private undertaking with the Class of 1913 and was officially carried on by 1914. Each year has seen an advance in size and quality and this year's edition is bigger and better than any of its predecessors.

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