LIBERTY BOND BUTTONS ON HAND
Undergraduate Committee Will Meet Again Next Week.
Buttons which may be worn by men who have bought or applied for Liberty Bonds have been received by the undergraduate committee and may be obtained at the CRIMSON Building between 7 and 7.30 o'clock this evening. A member of the committee will be on hand to distribute them. The design of the buttons is a red circle with a blue border, with a blue figure of "Liberty" in the centre. The inscription reads: "Get behind the Government. Liberty Loan of 1917."
The next meeting of the undergraduate committee and subcommittee will be held some time next week, probably Tuesday evening. At that time the men who have been canvassing the various dormitories will report on the result of their work so that some definite knowledge of the number of students who have bought bonds may be obtained. Further plans for the continuing of the canvass will be made.