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JUNIOR SMOKER TONIGHT

PRESIDENT LOWELL TO DISCUSS SENIOR DORMITORY QUESTION.

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The Junior class will hold a smoker in the Dining Room of the Union this evening at 9 o'clock. The chief purpose of this smoker is to furnish an opportunity for a discussion on the question of Senior dormitories. Cards have been sent to every member of the Junior class, as the subject is one of great importance and a large attendance is desired.

President Lowell, the first speaker, will point out some of the advantages to the class of the Senior dormitory system, and R. T. Fisher '12 and H. L. Gaddis '12 will tell of the advantages of the system as they appear to men now living in the Senior dormitories. An open discussion of the plans as outlined by the committee will follow the regular speeches, after which entertainment will be provided and refreshments served.

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