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With applications running ahead of openings in number, Dean Wallace B. Donham of the Business School is issuing a statement to prospective first year men that the rule in accepting men will definitely be first come first served.

Already over 360 applications have been received towards an entering class limited to 500. The total to date is 36% over that at the corresponding time last year. As soon as the total number of places in the class are filled, additional applications will be placed on a waiting list for any vacancies. Although there will be some positions available because of men dropping out, it will not be possible, according to Dean Donham, to accept men as late in the Summer as has been the case in the last few years. In all 700 sought entry last September.

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