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The CRIMSON regrets any confusion or consternation resulting from two proof mistakes in yesterday's article on requirements for enlistment in the armed forces. The first of the incorrect sentences appeared in the section on direct enlistment in the army and should have read, "Single men, 17 to 34, may onlist for three, four, five, or six years.

In the section about commissions in the navy as line officers the story should have read, "Men who are draft-eligible will go on immediate active duty. Men who are not draft-eligible will not go on immediate active duty."

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