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The Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of America at its annual conference which was held last Saturday at Hanover under the auspices of the Dartmouth voted to support the Student Federation and continue its policy of opposition to overemphasis of football. The Association went on record as favoring the plan of giving to the recently formed Federation both educational news and editorial comment. At the same time a new plan for the better exchange of intercollegiate news among the members of the Association was submitted and approved.
The Boston University News was later elected to membership in the Association and C. W. Cole '27, of Amherst was chosen as President of the organization for the coming year.
On Friday, the first day of the Conference, President Ernest M. Hopkins of Dartmouth College addressed the meeting followed by Professor Wilbur Urban, President of the American Philosophical Federation. The Crimson was represented by F. W. Field 27, President; H. W. Foote '27, Donald Gibbs '27, and J. L. Prescott '27.
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