All fire-eating Freshmen and super Sophomores who desire to gain universal acclaim as editors of Cambridge's great breakfast table daily should report to the Crimson building tonight at seven-thirty. You may not consider our news coverage of the best--in which case come out and show how it should be done. You may not agree with all our editorial policies, but don't let that scare you away. Come out and change them. On the other hand, you may think the Crimson is just perfect (most people do). In that case you're just the man we're looking for.
If your marks are high you'll have lots of time for a six-week Crimson competition. If your marks are low, come around anyway. The intellectual stimulus which pervades the atmosphere of 14 Plympton Street is terrific.
But don't be over-optimistic. Many a good man has been known to fall by the wayside. The late Heywood Broun, for instance, three times knew the pleasure of being cut from a Crimson competition. We never could quite figure out whose error that was.
Once you've made the board, however, your future is secure. In fact you can't miss. If you don't believe it, ask James B. Conant '14, or Franklin D. Roosevelt '04. They're both old Crimson editors--and look what's happened to them!
Max Keezer, Optimist, Demands Retraction--Far From Dissatisfied With Life While Business Is BoomingMax Keezer, Harvard square merchant, took exceptions to the article in yesterday's CRIMSON outlining his philosophy of life and depicting
CRIMSON COMPETITIONS GIVES CHANCE TO FLEE CLAMMY GRIP OF SPRING FEVERReady to give a glad hand and a foaming stein of beer to all Freshmen and Sophomores who can find
Art of Extemporary Speaking.Dr. Edward Everett Hale's popularity at Harvard was never better attested than yesterday afternoon at his address on the "Art
"DUTCH TREAT DATES"Recently the editorial page of the University of Oregon Emerald revived a controversy which is being increasingly discussed by younger
The CrimeThe bartender pointed a long finger of condemnation at the proctor. "Nope," he stated with authority, "higher education don't pay."