There are still a few men in '83 who do not seem to appreciate the necessity for prompt action with regard to the class photographs. The fire delays the completion of the work beyond the middle of February - the time set for beginning the other class work - and it was hoped that those members of the class who were so unfortunate as to loss their negatives by fire would come forward at once and furnish other sittings. A number have done so, but there are a few from whom the committee has not yet heard. We cannot urge these men too strongly to make appointments at the studio at once, for the time is fast passing in which the athletes and views must be taken. All who have made sittings and are satisfied with pictures thus far secured, will please make known the same at the studio at their earliest possible convenience. If they wish to sit again, let them do so at once, for the class work must be finished within a short time.
R. BURNHAM MOFFAT,Chairman Com.