The competition for the positions of business managers of the CRIMSON from the class of 1917 will start on Monday, September 28. Two positions are open to the present Sophomore class, and the men taken on will become assistant manager and circulation manager in their Junior year, and one will become business manager in his Senior year. The work required consists largely in soliciting subscriptions and advertisements, but general business efficiency is given weight in the choice of managers. The competition is hard but short, and furnishes excellent business training. The positions to be filled have a great deal of responsibility attached, and though all cannot attain to these offices, the training is of sufficient value to warrant a large competition from 1917. Candidates report at CRIMSON Office at 5.30 o'clock Monday.
1917 Crimson Competition
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