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This morning at 7 o'clock the Union will open its second season under the policy of operation which was inaugurated last year. The restaurant will open with dinner in the evening. From new until Wednesday, October 6, all members of the University will be entitled to the privileges of the club. After that only those who have signed up for membership will be allowed to use the building. Men may now sigh applications for membership by applying at the Union; members cards will be mailed by October 6.
Tomorrow night the annual Faculty reception to the incoming class, 1924, will be held in the Living Room of the Union at 8 o'clock. Dean Brigs will preside at the meeting. Other speakers will be President Lowell, Dean Yeomans, George Wigglesworth '74, president of the Union, and Professor E.C. Moore '78, chairman of the Boail of Preachers.
Preceding the reception, the Governing Board of the Union will give a dinner in the Trophy Room in honor of President Lowell and the other speakers. Among the guests invited are the heads of the various departments of the University, the Library Committee of the Union and other members of the Faculty particularly interested in the work of the club; also the presidents of the three upper classes, the captains and managers of the teams, the officers of the CRIMSON, the Advocate, the Lampoon and the Harvard Magazine, and of other undergraduate organizations. The dinner will be at 6.30.
The Trophy Room has been redecorated during the summer. The trophies have been moved out into the hall and portraits have been hung in their place.
Several minor changes in the operation of the Union will go into effect today. The building, instead of closing at 11 o'clock will this year remain open until midnight. Another innovation is a suggestion box where members may leave complaints or eriticisms. These will be taken up and acted upon at the bi-weekly meetings of the undergraduate committee of the Union.
In addition to a loan of a number of photographs the Fogg Art Museum has also loaned the Union four bas-reliefts. These will be hung under the four arches in the entrance hall.
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