The graduating class has made an enviable record for itself. Starting in its Freshman year with decisive victories over the Yale freshmen in the four major sports, the class of 1912 has maintained a high standard in athletics. In scholarship and in outside activities it has done exceptionally well. In encouraging the Senior dormitory movement and in building up a splendid Student Council 1912 has been especially prominent. Above all, the class has been one of close communistic life--a class in which unity of feeling and good fellowship has been most evident. The men of 1912 as they leave Harvard carry with them our greatest respect and our very best wishes.