UNION ENTERTAINS TONIGHT
INTERESTING PROGRAM OF MOVING PICTURES AND SPEAKERS PREPARED.
Tonight the Union will be the host of the Freshmen when it will give the first smoker to the Class of 1920. An elaborate program has been arranged and the living room will be given over to the class at 8.15 o'clock.
C. A. Coolidge '17, president of the Senior Class, will talk on the general subject of athletics; W. H. Meeker '17, managing editor of the CRIMSON, will discuss the Senior Advisor system and the opportunities for work offered by the various College publications, and D. M. Little, Jr., '18, secretary of the Union, will speak about the Union, its foundation and history, and the advantages to be gained by becoming one of its members.
The usual refreshments, will be served in abundance.
Some of the latest moving pictures will be shown, and other forms of entertainment provided. As this will be the first opportunity for the Freshmen to get together and have an informal gathering, the Union cordially invites the whole class, whether they are members of the Union or not.