Last fall at a meeting of the Senior class it was unanimously voted that the old custom of wearing caps and gowns after May 1 be continued, and today it is for the members to carry out their resolutions with the same unanimity. If only a few are able to conquer their self-consciousness and sally forth arrayed in their academic costumes, the reason for the custom will disappear. The only way to carry out the tradition properly is for every man to consider it an honor to be thus distinguished from the rest of the College. If this is done, the class cannot help being somewhat more unified in the last few weeks of its College career.
CAPS AND GOWNS TODAY.
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