Beginning Friday, May 1, every Senior should wear his cap and gown as was voted at the recent Class Day elections. The men who voted against the plan should now waive their prejudices, and consider that a majority of the class is in favor of the idea. The whole point of the plan is spoiled if all do not co-operate, so it is to be hoped that every Senior will take the trouble to wear his cap and gown.
Senior Class Notice.
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