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The 'Cliffe student Council will take over the circulation problems of the still, forthcoming 1950 All College Yearbook which ran into publication difficulties during the summer.

In order to give Carol M. Smith '51, editor of this year's book, a clean slate to start from, the council decided to conduct the distribution as soon as rebinding is completed. The books were returned to the New York printers in August after the discovery that several pages had been inserted incorrectly.

Up to that point the Yearbook had been running slightly behind schedule. Unlike previous yearbooks, however, the 1950 publication met its own expenses.

In accord with a council-decision, the 1951 and future yearbooks will be All College and self-perpetuating organizations, instead of merely senior class enterprises.

The Yearbook Publication will open competitions to all but seniors at 7:15 tonight in the Student Activities Center. Positions are open on the business, photo, art, and editorial boards.

David P. Lighthill '50, editor-in-chief, says there is a special need for make-up men and for persons to fill executive positions on the board. A three to four weeks' competition, ushered in by beer and a short briefing the first night, will test the candidate's ability.

This is the second year that the organization has been in existence. During that time, it has taken over the publication of the Freshman Register in addition to putting out an all-College yearbook in two editions, with and without the pictures of the seniors.

The first senior edition of the yearbook totaled 425 pages. Light hill is planning this year's book be as large.

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