The success of the small Freshman receptions depends entirely upon the interest shown by the recently appointed committee of upperclassmen, which will meet tonight to discuss plans for this year. These smokers have already proved their value, in paving the way for more thorough enjoyment of general class functions, as well as in bringing upperclassmen into closer touch with members of the entering class. But we believe that the new committee has an opportunity of rendering them much more effective. In previous years some members of the committee have neglected to hold their smokers or have put them off until much too late. Many more have ignored the request that they should see each man on their list personally. If every member of the Reception Committee will cease to regard his appointment as an added burden, and will see in it the chance to accomplish much good, by a slight personal sacrifice, we feel sure that the results will more than justify the effort.