The class of 1921 will meet in the Living Room of the Union on Monday evening, April 8, at 8 o'clock, to open their College festivities with a smoker. This will be the second of a proposed series of undergraduate social activities to take place in the Union on an economical war-time basis.
The program will be much on the same order as that followed by former smokers. Speeches will be made by H. H. Faxon '21, the class president, and by J. A. Sessions '21, the secretary-treasurer of 1921.
Music will be provided by the Smith Halls Orchestra, under the leadership of Isadore Straus '21, which will play selections between the speeches and during the change of reels in the moving pictures. These will be in two parts, a comedy and a film starring Douglas Fairbanks.