In an editorial a few days ago in regard to the apparent negligence of Ninety-three in sending in designs for class-day tickets and contributions for the baccalaureate hymn; we misstated the date on which hymns are due. The information was given us by the Class Day Committee and we naturally took it to be authentic. It seems now, however, that the member of the Committee who called our attention to the matter, in the haste of the moment, unfortunately included in the date for receiving designs for class day tickets, the contributions of the baccalaureate hymn. These latter may be sent the Committee until the first of June. We hope, however, by that time there will be numerous contributions from which the final selection may be made. It is more pleasant to acknowledge the mistake which appeared in our columns than to feel that the state of affairs was what it then appeared to be.
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