After a lapse of three years the CRIMSON will again on Saturday night resume its custom of holding an annual dinner. It will take place in the Sanctum of the CRIMSON Building at 7 o'clock in the evening. The purpose of the dinner is to discuss informally between the active editors and guests the present problems which confront the University; to further co-operation with the University authorities, and with the publications of other colleges; and to formulate policies for next year in regard to the CRIMSON. Approximately eighty guests are expected, including over eighty former editors.
Among the guests of the evening will be President Lowell, Honorable Franklin D. Roosevelt '04, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Lawrence Perry, for forty years editor of the sporting columns of the New York Evening Post, Mr. James T. Williams, Jr., editor of the Transcript, Mr. W. D. Sullivan, of the Boston Globe, Professor C. T. Copeland '82, Mr. M. A. DeWolfe Howe '87, Dean C. N. Greenough '98, Mr. Matthew Luce '91, Mr.
Prescott W. Wellman 13, and Mr. Cloyd Laporte '16, President, of the Law Review.
The staffs of the Daily Princetonian and the Yale News have been invited, and it is expected that representatives will be sent from these publications