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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

It seems that very few tickets have been sold for the Senior picnic, which comes on next Tuesday, and so is not at all far off. The Senior picnic has always since the scheme of having one first started been an expedition to which everyone has gone, and which none have ever regretted going to. It is not a stiff affair and the only chance of its being so this year is that the members of 1909 are too uninterested and lax to go. It seems to me that this is a great mistake and a great pity; for the committee have done everything to make it attractive and want the whole class to be together at the most amusing entertainment of the Senior year. F. H. BURR.

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