After repeated appeals to members of the Senior class to have pictures made at Notman's, there still remains a group of men who by their refusal to comply with the request, have not only done the class a great injustice, but have seriously hindered the committee's attempt to make the 1915 album a complete record of class portraits. Today is the last chance for these men to vindicate themselves. After this date, the committee cannot guarantee the appearance of the pictures of any of these men in the album.
Seniors are Still Delinquent
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