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Senior and Freshman Class Pictures
Pictures of the Senior and Freshman classes will be taken at 1 and 1:15 o'clock respectively on Friday, May 4, behind Memorial Hall. All Seniors are asked to wear their gowns. The gowns are now at the Cooperative and may be obtained by those Seniors who have ordered them. 1912 PHOTOGRAPH COMMITTEE.
Seniors and Alumni Bulletin.
It has been customary for several years for Mr. H. W. Jones '01, of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin, to interview members of the graduating class in the interests of the Bulletin and in connection with the work of the Association. The subscriptions to the Bulletin form in a large measure the income of the Association, and a large proportion of all graduating classes subscribe to the paper for this reason. Mr. Jones is about to make his canvass this year among the members of the class of 1912 and it is hoped that all will see the value of helping him obtain a satisfactory subscription list. R. B. WIGGLESWORTH, Secretary.
Corrections in Class List.
Seniors are reminded that Friday is the last day for receiving corrections in the Class List which is now posted in Leavitt & Peirce's.
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