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CAPS AND GOWNS TODAY

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Today we expect to see the whole senior class appear in their time-honored caps and gowns. To give this venerable custom a good start it is essential, first that the officers set the example, and, secondly that the rest of the class join with them to usher in the annual custom with a whole heart. If but a few Seniors appear in this unusual costume, they feel conspicuous; if all the Seniors appear in it, they feel almost impressive. After all it is an impressive custom, this wearing of the cap and gown in the last few weeks of undergraduate life, and everyone realizes it. It is only, therefore, as a reminder that we urge upon the Senior his individual duty to stand by his class and join in perpetuating an ancient tradition.

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