To the Editors of the Crimson:
We wish to call attention to a matter that has caused some comment both within the University and among men outside, namely, the tendency of late years to hold class dinners in the week before Easter. A considerable number of men prefer not to attend social events during this period, and when their class dinner comes in Holy Week are reduced to a disagreeable choice. They form such a large part of every college class that, if possible, it seems only fair to consider their wishes. We therefore suggest that committees in the future think of this matter before setting the dates for class dinners.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.