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Competition for positions on the Business Board of the 1939 Freshman Red Book will start today. The book will come out on May 15 this year. It will cost $4,50 if ordered before April 1, and $5.00 after that date.
The Red Book is the only permanent and complete, record of the activities of the Freshman class. It includes names, photographs and outside interests of all members of the class, as well as extensive write-ups of organizations, sports, and social affairs.
Six men will be elected to both the advertising and circulation boards at the end of the competition, which lasts until March 14. A manager for each board will also be named. Those who wish to enter the competition should see Jack Andrews, Business Manager of the Red Book, in Thayer 43 between 2 and 3 o'clock.
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