A reply postal card calling for crew subscriptions has been sent to every member of the Freshman class, and out of this number only forty replies have been received. It seems a great pity, that out of a class as large as 1901, not enough money can be collected to support the crew, and that only forty out of six hundred and fifty have paid any attention to the postals. Every man ought to take pride enough in his class to see that the money necessary to send the crew to New London is raised. This money can never be collected unless each member of the class makes it a point to do his share.
The crew hopes to go away on June 8th, but the necessary funds must be collected first.
H. H. PEYTON, J. LAWRENCE, JR., J. W. HALLOWELL, C. B. BORLAND.