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Final Distribution of '48 Red Book Tonight

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Distribution of the 1948 Freshman Red Book, which appeared yesterday, will be continued in the House dining halls through tomorrow evening, Arthur C. McGill '48, editor of the Red Book, announced last night.

After that time distribution in the Houses will end and copies will be available only in Lowell P-22.

McGill said that a limited number of copies, probably numbering not more than 50, are for sale to those who did not sign up for the volume originally.

Almost half of the original printing of 550 will have to be mailed to members of the Class of '48 who are not now in Cambridge. McGill said that the 251 copies will probably go into the mail by tomorrow.

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