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CRIMSON COMPETITIONS

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To Freshmen who like to mind other people's business if they can find a logical pretext, who like to write, take plotuces, or to do practical business work, the CRIMSON opens Its doors Wednesday night for the first News, Business, and Photographic competitions from the class of '42.

At the same time there will be an editorial competition open to Sophomores only.

The CRIMSON competitions will run for eight weke, during which candidates will have a chance to try their hands at all the phases that go to making up the paper: Interviews, sports-writing, features and the mundane task of writing headlines and putting a paper together.

Tonight and tomorrow night all Freshmen, whether or not they plan to enter the competition, are invited to visit the CRIMSON at 14 Plympton Street to see how the news is gathered, written, edited, and printed, to find out what the work entails.

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