If a college class is to be an effective unit in the University community, Co-operation among its members is essential. A class is an unwieldy unit because of its size, but its leaders should not find difficulty in making of its unified body because of a strong and general community of interest. Every undergraduate feels a strong degree of class patriotism. He desires to see his class rank high in all undergraduate activities, athletic and otherwise.
The first opportunity afforded the class of 1914 to show its belief in its own power is the football mass meeting this evening. Those men who take no interest in their class will naturally not attend, but the others, the active element, should all make a point of being present.
A team's success depends to a degree not generally appreciated upon the support accorded by the men it represents. The Freshman football team has not yet progressed far, but a well-attended meeting tonight will hasten the team's development, and give its members confidence : What is more important, it will furnish the members of the class an opportunity for gaining that mutual understanding and co-operation through which alone any class becomes a power in the undergraduate community.
COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENTMade up of 17 Seniors and Juniors, the Student Council of the College plays a part in the direction of
Reserve Groups Have Countless Places for Draft-conscious MenHarvard's Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC expect to sign up large numbers of the entering freshman class. The three
CLASS OF 1948 PLANS SMOKERMen of the Class of 1948 will meet at a smoker to be held in the Lowell House Dining Room
1912 Nominating Committee ChosenAt a well-attended meeting of the Junior class held in Lower Massachusetts yesterday at 1 o'clock, the following committee was
THE GUIDE AGAINThe CRIMSON'S Confidential Guide of College Courses published at the beginning of the current college year was perhaps one of