THE TECH, BOSTON, MASS., NOVEMBER 29, 1910
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Iproviding an entertainment for Fri-
THE TECH day night in the Union. We have
been unable to learn of any stunts
Published daily, except Sunday, dur-
ing the college year by students at
that are being arranged for the near
future and are wondering if the com-
mittee died a natural death or was
Imurdered? It may be the sentiment
Men's Bath and Lounging Robes
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology. of the Institute as a awhole to give
these Union nights up, but from In Wool, Cashmere, Vicuna and Cotton
Entered as second-class matter, scraps of conversation heard around
Sept. 29, 1910, at the post office at the Union it would not seemn so.
There are many good speakers that
Boston, Mass., under the Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879. could be easily obtained by the com-
mittee if they werm-e really on their
job. Of course last year's action on
5.00 to 45.00
R. H. Ranger 1911 .......... Gen. Mgr.
News Board. the part of the student body has a
G. MI. Keith 1912-. .- Editor-in-Chief great influence on the minds of the Plain and fancy colors, gray, tan, blues, green and reds
comnmittee and may make them feel
S. E. Bates 1911 ... Managing Editor that it. would not be woIth while.
E. W. Tarr, 1912 .... Societies' Editor There are this year a great mrnmy
T. E. Senior 1913..Gen'l News Editor
R. S. Rankin, 1913.Athletic Editor
A. L. Mayers, 1911 .... Institute Editor
new men here who have never had a
chance to enjoy one of these fine en-
tertainmlents, and it awould seem
Men's Wool Smoking Jackets
vworth Inmch effort on the part of this
Business Board. committee to give them a chance.
H. W. Hall, 1912..Business Manager Let us hope, therefore, that we shall Made from Double Faced Cloth
J. B. Nealey, 1912 .... Advertising Mgr. soon see the old familiar sign on the
A. T. Gibson, 1913 .. .. iculation Mgr.
C bulletin boards which will tell us that
we are to have a Friday nighlt enter- Gray, tan, blue, red and green
Associate Editors. tainment at the Union.
E. W. Taft, 1913 ............ Societies (Signed) DEMII TASSE.
Office, 42 Trinity Place. SECOND DINNER OF Plaid and striped trimmed in different color com.
Telephone, Back Bay 2184. CATHOLIC CLUB II binations
The second suppller meeting of the
All communications should be ad- Technology Catholic Club will take
dressed to the proper departments. place \Wednesday evening at 6 P. M.,
Subscriptions $2.00 per year in ad
at the Union ul)pper dining room. Mr.
William P. Kenney, night editor of 5.00 to 12.00
vance. Single copies 2 cents. the Boston Globe, wiill address the
Subscriptions within the Boston club. Kenney has recently re-
Postal District and outside of the turoned from the convention at Brus- We have one of the largest lines in the city to select
United States must be accompanied sels, at which he represented the
by postage at the rate of one cent a Boston Public Library in a discussion from at prices that are very moderate for the quality given.
copy. of the Library Systems of the AWorld.
It is expected that he will speak on
some topic connected with his recelnti
Printed by Croke Printing Co. tril)p.
Tickets fol- the sluppl)er are being
TUESDAY, NOVEMIBER 29, 1910. sold by men in the different courses,
The first alpointments f-romn the
class of 1914 to l)ositions on the news
and anyone who wishes can obtain
one oIn Wednesday eveningl before the
dinner. A good crowd is expected
if the number who attended the last
C. F. HOVEY & CO.
and business staffs of The Tech will meeting is any criterion for future
be announced tonight at Tile Tecli prospects. 33 Summer Street Boston, Mass.
dlinner. These are the first alppoint-
.ments from the class and will, of
course, include but a few of the men
trying for the pial)er, and those men
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All Third or Fourth year or
Graduate membellres of Courses VI,
who do not lreceive al)l)ointments VIII and XIV are eligible to active
should by no means lbe discouraged. membershil) in the society, while
Promotion is deplendent uplon the Sophomores of those courses alre
quantity and( quality of worlk done eligible to associate menlbershil.
and, above all, upon reliability in cov-
ering assignments. Thus, a man may
just barely fail of an aplointment at
this time and yet be in a position to
receive such recognition in the near
Mr. J. W'. Lieb, .Jr., wvill he the special
guest and slpeaker of the evening.
HIe is a l)ast president of the Ameri-
can Institute of Electrical Engineers,
vice-president of the New York Edi-
A full list of appointclentas will be
son Company. He is acknowvledged to
be one of the most distinguished en-
published in this column in tonior- FOR
gineers of the country and has filled
row's issue of The Tech. executive l)ositions in some of the CHEMICALS, CHEMICAL APPARATUS,
greatest Electric Lighting Companies.
His subject will be a broad one, MINERALS, ETC.
namely, "Engineering Ethics." WE CARRY IHE LARGEST STOCK OF
COMMUNICATIONS. LABORATORY SUPPLIES IN THE U. S.
Boston, Nov. 28, 1910. First Quality Supplies Only. Prompt Service
Editor of The Tech:
Dear Sir:-I am a student who Our European connections are such that we are enabled to offer
sl)ent sonie time at another school I
I you the best'services for duty free Importations on
scientific supplies'at the lowest prices.
before coming to the Institute. Lots
of other fellows here can claim the FOWNES Analytical Balances and Weights
same thing. I knowv that The Tech
receives among its exchanges the pa- GLOVES ONE OF OUR LEADING SPECIALTIES
per edited by the students at my ESTB - 1851
school. It probably receives similar win Fashion's races 203-211-THIRD -AVE
periodicals from a lot of colleges. " hanns down" _ N~EW-YORK -C IT
Why doesn't The Tech put them in
the Union so some of us can get a
chance to read thlem? I know that
last year we were asked to send in I
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the name of the paper that we want-
ed to read, but I hesitated to do so I
because I happened to be the only
man here from any palticulal college,
COBB, BATES & YERXA CO.
and I thought that my request would
be overlooked in favor of some more I
popular paper. Lots of the fellows
here would like to look over the pa-
pers just to get an idea of what is Have exceptional facilities for supply-
going on in the college world. We
get tired of reading the magazines
that are scattered about the place,
ing hotels, restaurants, fraternity and
and at times it would be a genuine
relief to -reada college paper from
college houses and large consumers
some other school. VWe would get a
chance, too, to compare The Tech
of every sort.
with various similar publications. CLIFTON, 2 in. high BEDFORD, 2rin. high
Put your exchanges in the Union,
Mr. Editor. The o 222 SUMMER STREET WHOLESALE ONLY
Editor of The Tech:
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We would like to know what is the
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They seem to have forgotten one of for the cravat.
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