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By Clarencf BRITTEN .

[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest. The Crimson is not, however, responsible for the sentiments expressed in such communications as may be printed.]

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

The number of undergraduates at the baseball mass meeting last night was disappointing to all who attended. Most likely it was due to the fact that many were out of town, but there were many who were around Cambridge that failed to come and back up the team. This is to be justly criticized, especially since this is the last mass meeting before the most important game of the season. It is hoped that the undergraduates will make up for this poor showing tomorrow, by turning out in full force at the game.

At the meeting it was decided to have a band and march to the field. In former years many of the undergraduates seem to have forgotten the time that the student body was to march. The failure of many men to join their class was probably due to the fact that they had to escort their families or friends to the game. This fact should not prevent anyone from joining his classmates. Every man that possibly can should make arrangements so that their families and friends go down to the field by themselves. By doing this, every man can march with his class and cheer the team as it comes onto the field. After they have cheered the team, the men can join their friends. The classes should compete with each other in seeing which can get the largest number of men.

We want to urge all graduates to join us in marching. Nothing will prove better to the team that we are behind them, than seeing every undergraduate and graduates marching on to the field tomorrow. J. D. WHITE.

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