A WORD TO THE CLASS OF 1911.
Few more desolate pictures are presented to our somewhat apathetic eyes than that afforded by the appeals of the permanent officers of the Senior class, who, though elected by the class, often lack its support. Charged by their classmates with certain necessary and vital duties, they have in past years been forced by the irresponsibility and procrastination of some members of the class to issue frequent and monotonous notices that the Class Lives are not yet complete or that pledges have not been returned by an even respectable proportion of the class.
In this morning's mail every Senior will receive the notices essential to the future unity and success of his class. Having elected officers, the class of 1911 should stand behind them, and, through the promptness of their attention to these notices, make their greatly detailed work a pleasure rather than a drudge. The responsibility rests on the individual members of the class.