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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:--
There are still over one hundred and fifty subscribed copies of the Senior Album uncalled for at the Coop. Branch. These Albums were printed and bound at a cost in excess of the price asked. Hence, the failure of subscribers to meet their pledges will result in a severe financial loss to the Class. We ask each member of 1920 to call for his copy at once that the Committee may complete its work without delay. The co-operation on the part of subscribers is earnestly requested. 1920 PHOTOGRAPH COMMITTEE.
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