To the Editors of the Crimson:
At the recent Junior dinner there was a general feeling of regret among those present that they knew so few of their classmates. The sophomore class now have a chance at their coming dinner to become more generally acquainted with each other. It has been suggested that between the courses the men sitting on one side of a table should file around past the other tables, each man telling his own name and finding out that of the men seated there. By this means every man present would meet every other, except those sitting on the same side of his table. Such a scheme may be ridiculed as being Quixotic; it may be argued that it would take too long and that the men would forget each other's names, but if it is practicable, it should be done, for it would do much to strengthen the class spirit and thereby College spirit.