Very few instances have come to our notice this year of undergraduates and others declining to give up their rooms to seniors for class day. We are sorry, however, that we are unable to announce that absolutely no cases of this kind have arisen. So much is said upon this subject every year that there remains little to be added.
Class day is a day intended for seniors and seniors alone to entertain their friends, and it is presumptions as well as extremely discourteous for a man to decline to give up his room on the ground that he expects to entertain himself upon that day. A man has no right to decline a request for his room upon any such plea. When he graduates he will have ample opportunity to entertain his friends, and if he expects others to give up their rooms to him then it is certainly just that he should do the same now that he has the opportunity.