The meeting of the Freshman class in the Union this evening is of special importance because it really marks the beginning of class activities. The career of any class depends in large measure upon the manner in which it enters upon its various interests and the spirit of co-operation with which it approaches its problems. Tonight such significant activities as the Freshman Red Book and class entertainments are to come up for discussion, and every member of the class should be there to take his part in what concerns him so much.