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Competition for Sophomores, Juniors Opens This Evening at 7:30 in Building

Editorial, Business Boards to Open Their Doors to All Men Of 1939, 1940

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Tonight marks the opening of the regular first CRIMSON competition for Sophomores and Juniors for two of the four boards. The first competition open to Freshmen for all four boards will open just after November hour examinations have been completed.

Business and Editorial Boards throw open their doors to members of the Classes of 1939 and 1940 in the last trials for the board open to those classes.

The work of the competitions will be described at the opening meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the CRIMSON Building at 14 Plympton Street, and the department heads will instruct candidates in the work that will be expected of them for the coming six weeks.

For the Business Board the work of obtaining advertisements, starting new accounts, and handling circulation matters will be described, as wall as the management of the internal business matters of the paper.

The Editorial Chairman will explain the work of his competition in which candidates are asked to concentrate on college topics and submit one editorial every publication night.

Although all competitions are scheduled to run for six weeks, if any candidate before the allotted time is adjusted to have fulfilled requirements for election, he may be taken on the board at any time.

The Freshman competitions, beginning in early November, will be for all four boards, and as the class quotas for all boards will then be unfilled, there will be an opportunity for a greater number of men to be elected to each board.

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