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Harvard's two annuals, the Freshman Red Book, and the Senior Album will make their appearance today, the Red Book being distributed from noon until two o'clock and from 5:30 until 7:30 at the Union, and the Album from Phillips Brooks House after one o'clock.
While following in general the plan of past years, this year's Red Book has made several innovations in detail. First to attract the reader's eye will be end leaves drawn by Art Chairman Irving Michelman, featuring such fixtures of Freshman life as Miss Hempel, Miss Murray, and Max Keezer.
The book's lead article, written with the aid and advice of Samuel Eliot Morison, Professor of History and Harvard's Historian, tells the story of the "Life of the Yard" through 300 years, particularly as Freshmen have lived it.
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