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Members of the class of 1929 will be given their last opportunity to compete for the News board of the CRIMSON in a competition which opens tomorrow night at 7 o'clock with a meeting in the President's office at the Crimson Building, 14 Plympton Street. At the same time both Juniors and Sophomores will be invited to compete for the Editorial Board and in addition to these two contests already announced, a Business competition will be opened to Sophomores only. This will be the last chance for Juniors to demonstrate their ability in editorial work for the CRIMSON.
The length of all three competitions has been cut down from an 11 to a nine week period of actual work. The Christmas holiday will be counted out of the duration of candidacy, and offers aspirants for any of the three departments an opportunity to raise the standard of their academic work to a high standard before the renewal of the CRIMSON candidates' rigorous course of training. During the Mid-year period the work will be much lighter, and ample time will be given for examination preparation.
An increase in the number of Business competitions held this year has been necessitated by the increase in the volume of business, which in the past few years has amounted to over $50,000 yearly. The Business Board will be expanded this year to include several new positions. Successful candidates will be eligible to compete for the offices of Service Manager and Advertising Manager as well as the positions of Business and Assistant Business Manager.
The preliminary meeting tomorrow night will consist of a short talk by the President, outlining the general nature of CRIMSON competitions, followed by further instruction of a more specific nature on the part of the various department heads.
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