The likelihood that the Freshman Jubilee will be cancelled this spring is almost incredible to the upper classmen who have taken part in that function in past years. It appears that the Freshman class is like a spoiled child who must be disciplined by the threat' of taking away one of his toys. There is little doubt that the class of 1923 has been spoiled. Now the very Jubilee itself is to be considered a gift from the Faculty and not a thing to be worked for by the class.
It all seems sort of sad, but may we offer our sympathy to those luckless dilettantes who are faced with the job of writing notes of explanation to their disappointed partners?