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To the Editors of the Crimson:
We wish to call the attention of the junior class to the fact that there are but two days more in which to sign for the junior dinner. The committee must know by Tuesday night how many will be present, so all men must sign before then. Up to the present time fifty-two men have signed; this from a class of over three hundred and fifty is, to say the least of it, disgraceful. Let it be remembered that this is the only opportunity which the class enjoys of meeting together as a whole. It will indeed be foolish to hold a "junior class dinner" when but one-seventh of the entire class intend to be present. Hitherto the class of '96 has been noted for its class feeling and for the spirit and enthusiasm with which it has supported its various teams. Bearing this in mind, then, let it not now be said that the class of '96 showed such little class feeling that less than one-quarter of its members turned out to its junior dinner.
J. C. FAIRCHILD,R. B. WILLIAMS,H. R. STORRS.
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