Senior Class Lives
Up to the present few Seniors have sent in their "class lives." Experience has proved that the longer men delay filling these out and sending them to the Secretary, the greater is the chance that they neglect them altogether, and as a result the completeness of the class records is impaired. All men wishing to be permanently identified with the Class of 1906 should send in their "class lives" as soon as possible. Men who have not received blanks, or who have lost them, may obtain others by sending a postal card to the Secretary, Box D, Cambridge. The fact that a man expects to have further items to add to his record should not cause delay in his sending it in, as additions may be made at any time by notifying the Secretary.