The management of the Latin Play has issued a number of attractive and elaborate placards announcing the play. These have been posted in the usual places and most of them have promptly been torn away. Even to men who have no direct interest in the play, this thievery will seem unusually despicable. The play is a large venture,-represents an immense amount of work, and is, at least, entitled to be unmolested. The placards have been put on sale and can be obtained for a few cents. The management expects that many men will desire the placards and has provided this legitimate means for obtaining them. A grain of honor will make a student scorn to use any other means.
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