Seventy-four men have returned their applications for the Junior dance; three hundred are needed to make it a success; invitations have to be sent out and answers received before any definite arrangements can be made. This is the situation faced by the committee, which is powerless without the co-operation of the class. While February 18 may seem far off to those who have no further responsibility than to turn up in their evening clothes, it leaves little enough time to arrange all the detail of a big dance. The class will expect a memorable occasion when the time comes, but unless it supports the committee now, its expectations will be in vain.