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On account of the class meeting on Monday, there will be no Wednesday meeting of the Freshman class this week. This will give the Entertainment Committee time to get started.
At present 73 per cent of the class belong to the Union; if this average is increased to 80 per cent all the members of the class will be allowed to come. The Governing Board of the Union has contrary to the rules, reduced the admission fee to $5. Consequently at least 7 per cent of the class are expected to join before next Wednesday.
As money must be raised in order to be able to have these meetings, each member of the class is expected to contribute $1 per meeting and more if he can afford it; although, if anyone does not feel able to pay the regular dollar fee, anything will be acceptable.
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