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As the Crimson opens the annual Confidential Guide Poll in the Union, members of the Class of 1940 are given a unique opportunity to serve not only the entering class next fall, but also to help the College as a whole.
With an opportunity for all Yardlings to vent their collective spleens about poor section men, unfair assignments, poor texts, and with an equal chance for praising inspiring group leaders and lecturers, the Freshman class should make use of the opportunity by submitting frank and sincere answers to the questions.
Many elementary courses have been greatly improved and reorganized as a result of comments in previous Confidential Guides. The greater part of the Faculty welcomes intelligent, considered criticism from the students, since that is the only comment they can get on their work. But only if the Class of 1940 cooperates by commenting sincerely and helpfully on all their courses, can the Guide have any value to the incoming Class of '41.
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