WE publish an article to-day on the subject of the petitions which have recently been sent to the Faculty by members of the Senior Class, and which will be of interest to them. It is very unfortunate that when affairs seemed to be taking a more favorable turn, certain members of the Class should have seen fit to endeavor to defeat the arrangements. There are a large number of students who have borne a prominent part in originating and carrying on the present troubles, who take no active share in Class Day, and do not help to defray its expenses. Such persons also constitute the majority of those who oppose the present plan.
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