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"314,"the all-College yearbook, will be completely distributed by May 29th, George J. Feeney '50, president of Harvard Yearbook Publications promised last night.
"Most sections of the book are already at the printer's," Feeney added. "We're holding the last 24 pages to cover late spring activities."
Feeney also disclosed that "314" is selling well. About 95 percent of the senior class and 20 percent of the other classes have ordered copies. He expects a total circulation of 2,700.
Seniors pay $8 for a special copy that includes a short biography and picture of each member of the class. The book sells to other undergraduates for $5.
"314" will be the first College yearbook to combine both the functions of a senior class almanac and an annual review of the entire College.
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