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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
When Professor Lowell and I arranged to give informal talks about the choice of electives, this evening at the Union, we were not aware that the Freshmen, whom we particularly hoped to see, had arranged a mass meeting for the same evening. May I venture to suggest to them, through your columns, that, when their mass meeting in the Living Room of the Union is over, we should be glad to see any of them who may care to come to the Assembly Room. Our talk will hardly begin before 8.30 o'clock. BARRETT WENDELL.