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Slightly frayed at the edges, and beer-spattered, the CRIMSON's camel-hair welcome mat will again squat at its 14 Plympton Street doorstep tonight to greet latecomers to the fall competitions.
Dilatory freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can still enter the eight-week comps at 7:30 p.m.
Athletes, ecdysiasts, rioters, politicos, and Wellesley hooprace winners are waiting for News Board interviewers. The Business and Photo Boards offer Harvard's only course in finance and shutter-work. Editorial Board writers can speak their mind to 10,300 subscribers.
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