Tonight in Sanders Theatre a reception will be held for the new members of the University, and we earnestly urge every man in the entering class to go. The value of this meeting to the Freshman is immense. He sees for about the first time his whole class together, and may make acquaintances. He has an opportunity of hearing a few cordial and earnest words of welcome from loyal Harvard men, and he comes away feeling more than before that he is indeed a member of this great University, and with a deeper, truer knowledge of all that such membership means.
The meeting tonight, though chiefly intended for new men, is open also to other members of the University, and it is hoped by those in charge that many of the upper class men will be present.