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Junior Class Notice

Dormitory Committee Announcement.


All men who are planning to form groups for entries or rooms in the Senior dormitories for next year should begin work at once. Applications may be made in groups numbering from 1 to 12 men. It is hoped that every man in the Junior class will see the many advantages which may be obtained by rooming in the College Yard through the Senior year. All the dormitories which have been reserved for Seniors will receive many improvements so that a man may live as comfortably as in any of the dormitories outside the Yard. Since the earliest days of Harvard it has been a tradition that men should live in the Yard in their Senior year. And now that we have all the improvements in the Senior dormitories there seems to be no reason why every man in the class of 1912 should not be in the Yard next year.

Any suggestion which men may have in regard to plans for the Senior dormitories will be gladly accepted and considered by the Committee.

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