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The Harvard CRIMSON, which has sold its talents and its equipment, but not its soul, to the Summer School, will lay its talents, equipment, and soul at the disposal of all students who are interested in news, editorial, photographic, or business work on the Harvard Summer News.

The interested, the idle, or the rain-soaked are invited to an introductory meeting Wednesday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m., where the summer editors will dispense words and liquification, both gentle and severe.

Although Summer School students will be able to participate in the regular operations which lead to a weekly paper, they will not be subjected to the extensive competition system which prevails during the crueler months.

Although those with previous experience will be clearly welcome, the reduced pace of the Summer News is well suited for the inexperienced. Spcial care will be taken to provide aid and comfort, with instruction by members of the regular CRIMSON staff as well as members of the Boston press corps and correspondents from hinterland journals.

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