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EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON.-Why wouldn't it be a good idea for a number of seniors to get their class albums through the Co-operative Society? These could be made to order in Boston, with any number of leaves as Pach provides them, and, I am confident, at about two-thirds the photographer's price-if not less. In 1882 albums were furnished to a small club of seniors for $8 each, for which Pach now asks $12.50. A large number of orders through the Co-operative might reduce the price even more; at any rate this suggestion is worth consideration and I hope will meet with some favor.

'84.