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CRIME Serves Beer To New Candidates At Meeting Tomorrow

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The triannual free beer will again be on tap at 14 Plympton St. tomorrow night at 7:30, to greet aspiring candidates for the CRIMSON winter competition.

There are opportunities in the fast-moving news board competition for the alert undergraduate. The scientific student may be drawn to the photographic board where he will receive instruction in the use of the board's developing and printing equipment.

Those who look forward to careers on Wall Street had best apply to the business board where yearly accumulation of thousands awaits them.

All undergraduates are welcome as candidates. They will not be asked to compete against each other, but rather will be judged individually against the long-established standards of the CRIMSON. Editors of the paper will reveal further details of the competition at tomorrow's meeting.

Coke and water will also be served.

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