Members of the Class of 1918 must hand in their applications for rooms in the Senior dormitories by Thursday, January 18, 1917. The 1918 Senior dormitory Committee, which is in charge of the applications, will hold office hours in Phillips Brooks House daily, except Saturday, from January 4 till the applications are due. From January 4 to 11, inclusive, the hours will be from 5 to 6 o'clock, and hours will be from 5 to 6 o'clock, and from January 12 to 18 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
The five Senior dormitories are Hollis, Holworthy, Matthews, Stoughton and Thayer. The committee have printed plans of the buildings, showing the location, price and description of the rooms, which may be obtained during the office hours after Christmas. Blank applications may be obtained at the Union, Leavitt and Peirce's, and Phillips Brooks House immediately after the vacation.
It is advisable for the Juniors to form in groups, the largest of which may be composed of 12 men, for such groups are given the preference in the allotment of rooms. The sooner these groups are formed the easier will be the work of the committee. The assignments are made by the drawing of lots which will be done by the First Marshal of the Senior Class. All men who entered with the Class for 1918 or whose last year in College will be 1917-18 are eligible to room in the Senior dormitories.