Although the Freshman football team has already played and won four games, the class of 1916 has not yet had an opportunity to express as a body its appreciation of the team's work, and to show its enthusiastic support. So the mass meeting to be held this evening is particularly important in that it affords this opportunity for the first concerted support of the team. The meeting is also important because of its influence in bringing the class together and because it offers a common and unifying interest. Thus, since this is the first chance afforded to 1916 to show the team that the class is behind it and because such meetings foster a spirit of class unity, all Freshmen should be present tonight to hear of the work of the team and of the support necessary to its success.