We wish to call the attention of the college to a matter that frequently has been the subject of editorials in the college papers. Every year on class day night a large number of the lanterns are taken by the students as keepsakes of the day. While we may appreciate to a slight degree such a feeling, we deprecate the fact that the practice has become so universal and annoying that each year the class day committee find it more and more difficult to make contracts with dealers to supply lanterns. The lanterns are rented to the class and not sold, and when a man takes one of these lanterns he must recollect that he is doing great injustice to the senior class and to the college, and that he is making more and more work for each later class day committee. We hope that the practice will be given up this year.
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