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1938 ALBUM WILL BE REISSUED, EDITORS SAY

90 Copies Will Be Bound Up in Second Printing in Order to Satisfy Large Group of Seniors

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

In an unprecedented move editors of the Senior Album have decided to print 90 new copies in a new issue of that folio. This is the first time that a second issue has ever been undertaken.

The copies will cost $10.75 apiece and will be sent out during the summer to the first 90 men who apply for their issues. Handling the applications is Chester G. Ormond Leverett F-41, who asked all interested to leave their names in his mail box.

The Album this year already has had one of the largest lists of subscribers in the history of the volume compiling the names and numbers of all members of the class of 1938.

No innovations were introduced into the Album this year under the direction of the committee composed of John C. Dampeer, H. Van Buren Cleveland, Bruce Griswold, Vernon B. Struck, and Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.

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