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When Mr. Bingham addressed members of the Freshman Class a few nights ago, he stressed the fact that there was no social or moral compulsion for students to support the football team. Similarly, no undergraduate is expected to engage in any outside activity, either for his own importance or for the University's. Thus, if he come out for the CRIMSON, he is competing only for those advantages gained by working on a college paper.

Cambridge in general, and Harvard University in particular form a fascinating machine whose wheels it is the opportunity only of a CRIMSON man to watch, perhaps to oil. Harvard's pace is quickening; candidates and editors from 1932 and 1933 will be eye-witnesses to the most comprehensive developments in Harvard history. This evening, Sophomores and Juniors may enter competitions for the board of the CRIMSON. Some will fall; some will succeed. Those who succeed reap their rewards in continued enjoyment of their work. Those who fail cannot help having gained experience. Perhaps that experience will not be employed in editing, business, reporting, or photography. Certainly, however, it will have a definite personal value.

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