Considerable progress has been made in the University Club movement in the way of attracting the attention of prominent graduates. In order to carry on this "campaign of education" as Mr. Adams calls it in his letter, the Undergraduate Committee is preparing a pamphlet for distribution. This pamphlet will contain much of the undergraduate correspondence on the subject, and an account of the mass meeting, together with a statement, as detailed as possible, of the expenses which must be met for the erection of the building, and for its maintenance. It is probable also that some official statements will be embodied showing the support of the University authorities.
The necessity of some efficient means, not only of arousing interest, but of informing the many who are already interested of the concrete requirements for the club, and of the exact benefits which are sought, is becoming very evident. Some active campaigning must be done, and then,- to obtain the money.