Costs of printing and engraving the 1933 class album will be approximately $300 less than last year, under a contract which has just been signed with the Andover Press, it was announced yesterday by B. K. Bachrach '33, chairman of the Album Committee. It is expected that this saving will be utilized in reducing the price of the books.
Work on the album has been going forward steadily since the Christmas recess, and the members of the committee have been assigned to the different work as follows: E. H. Hickey '33, photographs; H. H. Bissell '33, articles; J. J. Ryan '33, life-blanks; Karl Adams, Jr. '33, publicity and circulation.
Immediately after the examination period, life-blanks will be mailed to all men who have been members of the class of 1933 for one or more years, and appointments will be made for individual and group sittings at Notman's, who has been designated as the official photographer. It is expected that all members of the class of 1933 who receive their degrees at mid-years and desire to be included in this year's album will sit for a photograph before leaving Cambridge.