To the Editors of the Crimson:
DEAR SIR:- Nothing can better increase the desire for a University Club than to let the students hold a mass meeting in Sanders Theatre. I for one believe that they want such a club, and that they will want it still more after they will want it still more after they have said so by personally attending a spirited rally.
Let the presidents of the three upper classes call together such a meeting and get one of our graduates, say Mr. Charles Francis Adams, to speak. The men will turn out as they did for the reception to Mr. Lehmann.
Money is needed. Hang out blue books and give us a chance to contribute our share of that money while in college.
NINETY-EIGHT.Oct. 20, 1897.