The undergraduate anniversary committee have presented to the university for ratification the plan which they have drawn up for the celebration of undergraduates day at the approaching quarter millenium. The plan calls for an enlargement of the committee in order that the work may be carried out more successfully. But the celebration proposed is of such a character that its success will necessitate a unanimous and cheerful support of the committee by the students. That this end may be attained the plan will be submitted to the classes in order that it may receive the ratification of each, and that the students personally may pledge themselves to take an active interest in the work. This plan of procedure cannot be too highly commended, as the name of the university will be placed at stake that the celebration shall be worthy of the occasion. As the university next month will be a centre of interest throughout the country, every success will be more highly appreciated, and any possible failure will only be brought into greater prominence. It is not only a duty, it should be a pleasure to every member of the university to see the highest possible success attained. The slight personal expenses to be incurred should not influence men to the detriment of the plan in so much as similar expenses are incurred periodically for a purpose far less worthy. If a campaign procession is possible once in four years, what need we urge in favor of the procession now proposed?