As yet but few juniors have signed for the class dinner. Tomorrow will be the last day for signatures, and we urge men to avoid any possibility of being left out by putting down their names at once. There can be no doubt that a great majority of the class intend to be present at the dinner. It will be their first opportunity to meet socially as a class, and will certainly prove one of the most prominent landmarks of college life.
It would be a great misfortune to let what little class spirit now exists at Harvard die out. But to slight the class dinner would be to drive the feeling of class fellowship from its strongest and almost only hold. Of the enjoyment of the dinner it is not necessary to speak. Every man will be far more than repaid for attending, and should promptly make up his mind to go, and should sign as soon as he has decided.