We wish to call the attention of seniors to the opportunity for conference with Professor Hill this afternoon concerning subjects for Commencement Parts. It should be matter of pride to the class of Ninety-five to be well represented by their Commencement speakers, and to this end, competition is first necessary. All men who are entitled by their past records to try for parts should surely do so. Competition, however, can not lead to a satisfactory selection if it is undertaken without very careful preparation. The time is fast approaching when it will be useless to attempt such preparation. Seniors who intend to try for Commencement Parts should not much longer postpone their choice of a subject, or they will realize too late that they have lost the opportunity to enter into competition with any chance of success.
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