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FRESHMEN AND THE UNION.

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The value of the Union as a common meeting-ground is never greater than during the first year in college, and the call that has been issued for more members from this year's Freshman class may be taken as a sign that there are many men who have not taken advantage of their opportunities. The Union management, by reducing the fee from ten to five dollars, has done all in its power to make it easier to join, and by so doing has sacrificed all customary procedure to present need. As a matter of class pride alone, it is to be hoped that the slight increase in the Freshman membership necessary before the whole class is allowed to attend the meeting scheduled for next Wednesday will not prove an obstacle to the success of that occasion.

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