The last day has come for the seniors to be measured for their cap and gown. As might be expected, there is a large portion of the class which has not yet taken the trouble to go around to the Co-operative to be measured. This set of men who always put such matters off till the last minute, sometimes longer, cause more inconvenience than they imagine. The Class Day Committee has its hands full of other things, and ought to be freed from the worry of seeing that everyone is measured for his gown on time. Then too a consideration of the press of work which the eleventh hour men put upon the tailors ought to be sufficient to prompt these members of the class to a habit of greater punctuality.
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