A Letter From The Publisher, Dec. 14, 1953

Every year in colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada, students are able to earn some of their school expenses selling TIME subscriptions to their fellow classmates. They are authorized TIME agents, one to a campus, who offer the magazine at a special student rate and earn a commission for each sale.

At the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, for example, TIME'S subscription agent is a law student by the name of Paul Halprin, better known on the campus as Mr. Magazine. Says he: "The students come here from all over the world...

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