Although the committee in charge of the junior class dinner have had a blue book at Leavitt and Peirce's for several days only a few men have signed for the dinner. The committee is doing everything in its power to make the dinner a successful and pleasant affair, but the outcome of their efforts will depend in a large measure upon the number of men who attend it. This dinner affords the first and one of the few chances which the members of the class will have to get together in a social way, and every man in Ninety-two should improve it, even though the doing so demands some sacrifices on his part.
All who expect to attend must sign the blue book in order that the committee may know how many to order dinner for. The book will be left at Leavitt and Peirce's until Firday night, when it must be taken away. Tickets for the dinner will be on sale at Leavitt and Peirce's tonight. All who sign for the dinner should obtain their tickets at once as it will greatly facilitate the work of the committee.