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Senior Class Notices


From 715 Only 232 Lives Received.

There are approximately 715 names upon the 1911 class list. Up to date 407 men have sent in the postals giving their addresses and occupations, and only 232 have sent in their Class Lives. This is certainly not a very creditable number to be on record at this late date, especially as the blanks were sent out sufficiently long ago to permit every man to attend to them. The first class report will appear next fall. The compilation of this report is based largely on the Class Lives. Members of 1911 will confer a great favor on the class, as well as a great benefit to themselves, by giving immediate attention to this matter. J. A. SWEETSER, Secretary.

Photograph Appointments, G to O.

Arrangements have been made whereby the class has been divided into three parts for the purpose of having their photographs taken. Members from G to O, inclusive, should make appointments today or tomorrow at Pach's, on Massachusetts avenue near Beck Hall.   1911 PHOTOGRAPH COMMITTEE.

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