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The CRIMSON content for the best essays on the University's eating problem closed at 8 o'clock last right. Undergraduate interest in the dietetic dilemma gave rise to a considerable sheaf of manuscripts. It is expected that several practicable plans will emerge from the assortment of ideas.
Careful consider of the winning suggestions has been promised of the winning suggestions has been promised by the college authorities by the Comptroller's office and by the management of the Harvard Union. Four prominent gastronomic authorities two of them familiar with the training of athletes have been obtained as judges for the contest.
W. J. Bingham '16 Director of Athletics, E. L. Farrell, head coach of the University track team J. W. D. Seymour '17, Secretary to the University for Information, and Dr. Alfred Worcester '78, Henry W. Oliver Professor of Hygiene will award the decisions on the food essays during the course of next week. The winning composition will be published in the CRIMOSN.
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