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Harried English Instructor Sends Journalists to Crime

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"Gentlemen," said the English professor, "this course is too large. Perhaps I can discourage some of you by announcing that I am using lecture notes I used five years ago." In another classroom, a 73-year old Gov. professor surrendered his seat to a standing student.

The catalogue calls English A-2a for biographical profiles, memoirs, short stories, news reports, reviews of books, plays or music, editorials, special features." Instructor Albert T. Guerard last week used an old refrain: "this course is too large. People interested in writing news reports, special features, editorials, and reviews has better go out for the Crimson Comp."

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