Volume This Year Contains 224 Pages, Including an Unusual Number of Individual Cuts.

The Senior Class Album may be purchased at Notman's, Leavitt & Peirce's and the Co-operative Branch tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. The book this year is the largest and most complete ever published, containing 224 pages, 626 individual pictures--an increase of 23 over last year,--and 120 new engravings of athletic teams, college buildings, and undergraduate organizations. After 7 o'clock in the evening members of the class may obtain the Album at Stoughton 19. The price is $6.00. Mail orders should be sent to the 1916 Photograph Committee, Stoughton 19.

Only 500 copies of the Album have been printed, and as the class numbers nearly 700--626 of whom are represented in the Album--those desiring books should purchase them at once. The Committee has been delayed somewhat by the difficulty of securing adequate binding, but has secured a high grade of leathers for the purpose. On account of the delay, however, the committee hopes for a prompt sale, and if members of the class evince an ability to take care of the entire 500 copies, no sales will be made to newspapers or outside organizations.