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With the final work now in progress, the Senior Album will be published on Friday, May 15, if present plans are carried out, Deric Nusbaum '36, chairman, announced yesterday.
The financial aspects, however, are not so satisfactory. If it is to prove a financial success, there must be at least 600 subscribers to this volume which describes in detail the activities of the Seniors. To date only 320 men have sent in their subscriptions to Business Manager Germaine G. Glidden.
Glidden Opens Drive
Thus Glidden is opening a drive which will last until a week from today when the Album goes to press. Advertising, House solicitors, and statistics are the main lines of attack. Since the Album only prints the number of copies desired, men who do not enter their subscriptions this week are liable to sacrifice their opportunity to own one of these volumes.
Editorial Matter Missing
John J. Slocum, in charge of editorial matter, is lacking many of the articles which are listed in the table of contents. Since he considers the inclusion of this material essential, the Album cannot go to press until his whim is satisfied. Consequently, he will conduct his own drive this week to evoke literary output from the moguls of undergraduate activities.
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