The 1917 Red Book Committee is now ready to receive subscriptions for this year's book, and if the members of the Freshman clas will respond readily, the delivery of the books will be greatly facilitated and hastened. Already subscriptions have been received for more than 130 books. Members of the class may secure copies at $1 each now by signing blanks at the Rendezvous, or from any member of the board of editors. But after Saturday, May 23, the price will be raised to $1.25. The registration of the class and the advertising has already gone to press, and the remainder of the book will be in the hands of the printer next Monday.
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