The call issued by the Prospect Union for men to carry out its plans for reaching the workingmen of Cambridge, for whose benefit the Union was founded, will commend itself to many undergraduates. During the past eighteen years, the Prospect Union has been doing a valuable service to the community by affording mutual and helpful contact between laborers of Cambridge and Harvard men. This has resulted not only in giving certain members of the University a better appreciation of life in that part of Cambridge of which they see but little and of building up through its members a positive influence for civil betterment, but it has brought Harvard into a new position of deeper respect and higher recognition among the citizens of Cambridge.

The call issued by the Prospect Union authorities is worthy of serious consideration, and of a response sufficiently hearty to enable the Union to carry out its campaign as planned.