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Twenty-three Juniors turned out for the CRIMSON Editorial competition which opened last night with a meeting at the Crimson Building, at which H. M. Hart '26, Editorial Chairman of the CRIMSON, and F. V. Field '27, Managing Editor of the CRIMSON, were the principal speakers.
Juniors who were unable to attend the preliminary meeting last night can report at any time today. They will be under no disadvantage whatsoever as the active work does not commence until tonight.
This is the second competition for the Editorial Department for members of the Class of 1927. There will be one more, which will probably begin some time in March.
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