We know of no more pleasant and useful way of passing a few hours of the vacation than by following the suggestion of the Secretary of the Class of '85 in regard to the class lives of Seniors. By many this is regarded as a useless custom, and few we think look upon it as an unalloyed pleasure. However, it is a duty or a pleasure, in which ever may it is regarded, which everyone ought to perform, and we hope the present Senior Class will be fully alive to the necessity of aiding the Secretary in this important branch of his labors.
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