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A second opportunity for Freshmen to try out for the Business Board of the CRIMSON will be offered on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, when a competition open only to members of the Class of 1932 will start with a meeting in the President's office in the CRIMSON building. All men in good standing are eligible.
The competition will last for the usual period of nine weeks. At the beginning of the final examination period it will be stopped, to be resumed at the opening of College in September.
Previous experience is wholly unnecessary. The work consists of securing advertisements, collecting bills, and selling subscriptions, with the fall offering unusual opportunities for the last-named field.
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