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The troubles of the Senior. Photograph Committee are vexing and discouraging. Up to the present time scarcely one-half of the members of the class now in Cambridge' have responded to the request of the committee made over a month age and repeated several times since, that each man give to the committee his photograph and class "life" for use in the Album. The value of the volume when properly compiled is unchallenged. But how does the Senior class 'expect' that its committee can produce a respectable book with such lethargic support as that given thus far?

A class album which purports to given a history of the undergraduate life of the class and its individual members fails to serve the purpose for which it was inaugurated, If the it is not comprehensive and complete. If the Album is worth undertaking at all, it should receive the active support of all those whom it concerns.

The committee in charge of the Album is making a last call for photographs of men who have been delinquent in responding to former appeals. When a photograph for the Album can be obtained free of charge, it is not too much to ask that every Senior who has not already done so, comply with the request of the photograph Committee at once. .

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