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EDITORIAL COMPETITION FOR 1926 STARTS TODAY

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A meeting of candidates at 7 o'clock this evening at the Crimson Building will begin the final Crimson editorial competition open to the class of 1926. Reading of current periodicals and newspapers, and writing of editorials on topics of the day, will comprise most of the work. Four editorials a week will be required at the beginning of the period. The competition offers an unusual opportunity for men to develop style and originality in writing. Clear and constructive thought will be emphasized especially, and this training should prove of great value to candidates. This competition offers the last chance for members of the class of 1926 to compete for the CRIMSON Board.

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