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Freshman Camp Held Last Week; 499 Men Attend
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Letters to the Editor 504 Frosh Ties Sold Last Jlonday Editor of 'The Tech To incoming Class Dear Sir:

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.Dramashop' Holds- Tr For "LArsenic7" Today
Triyou-ts for-the Dramas} summer term production, senic and Old Lace," are in progress. All members of Class of 2-48 who hav'e had previous -'experience in drai tics or stage work are- invi to attend today's tryouts, P 4:00-6:00 P.M., in Room 21
The date of presentation is;

We wish to take The Tech to task Five hundred and four freshman for what seems to us an incomplete e ties were sold in the registration job of reporting. The article in line last Monday, by the Freshman On Friday, July 6, four hundred I Iquestion is the last paragraph of council, the Freshman Rules Comand ninety-nine of this term's en- the syndicated column "Man about t mittee, and the Executive Committering freshmen were extended a Tech," in your issue of June 8. First tee of the Institute Committee. tAlthough wearing - of the freshwarm greeting by Technology and I of all, we suggest tha't the part " the poor unfortunate man ties is not enforced this term, its leaders at the traditional T.C.A.- about sponsored- Freshman Camp. -At a stranded on the second floor win- the Freshman Rules Committee dinner meeting held Friday eve- dow" be rewritten as follows: "After points out that the wearing of the ninlg in Morss Hall., Prof. B. Alden having cut one strand of the safety tie has been a-tradition at TechThresher, Director of Admissions, rope, the jokesters proceeded to- nology for many years, that it gave the freshmen facts and figures pull the climber off his reasonably serves to unite the freshman class, on their class. after which Prof. Wil- secure position with the weakened Iand that those who do not 'observe liam. T. Timbie, of the Department rope. This stimulated much specu, .the custom will -be looked upon with of Electrical Engineering, and Mr. lation among the crowd as to the utmost scorn by their classRaymond S.- Stevens, Member of whether the climber was going to mates, and by upperclassmen. If the Corporation, welcomed the class fall' directly fdown upon the con- .the freshmen win Field Day, howfor the faculty and alumni respec- crete sidewalk twenty feet below, ,ever, they will be recognized and tively. James R. Killian, Jr., Execu- or whether he would first bounce !will no longer be expected to wear

New Undergraduates At Dinner In Morss Hall

yet, undecided, but Profes D. M. Fuller, director of DraA shop, has stated that it take place the end of Aug or early in September.

Sloanh Gift':
(Continued from Page 1) marizing donations to the In for. the past twelve months, ported. a total of nearly $2,0 President lCompton, in ai, these three gifts from the C 1895 and two of its most tinguished members, said: "We share the conviction the future of this country full of opportunities as it of -problems. It is the busim the Massachusetts Instit Technologyto educate young in the fields of science and

tive Vice-President of the Institute, off the pointed lamp fixture above !the barber-pole striped tie. .concluded the meeting with an of- the first floor door." Secondly, we ,Although freshmen are not com-ficial welcome from Technology think you should have pointed out pelled- to -buy ties through the Inallter D~ean Thomas P. Pitre had that the rope cost the M.I.T. Outing stitute Committee agency, they are given the freshmen an idea of what Club $21, and as yet no offer has lhelping their class by doing so, since lay ahead of them in the first few been received by the club to pas half of the profits from tie sales goes to the Freshman Class Treasweek's of the term. for the damage. It seems to us that these facts ury. The other half goes to the On Saturday morning the class .assembled in Huntington Hall to will help your readers to appreciate Institute Committee. The first freshman to purchase a learn of the -various activities in and the full humor of the situation. Yours truly, tie in the registration line was Noraround the Institute from their reman Herbert of Verona, N. J., and spective leaders , and to hear someJames W. shearer, 6-45 thing about Field Day and the tra. ~Rolfe Exe Glover, III, 2-47 the 500th buyer was Irving Kagan of B3angor, Me. ditional freshman - Sophomore rivalry from- track coach O-scarHed. lund. The interspersed appear. Dormn Rally 'Middlebury Gives Killian ances of "Obie" Denison, as usual, (Continued front Page 1) were among the highlights of the Honorary Doctor's Degree ready been sent out to the freshmen meeting. James R. Killian, Jr., executive I to find out just what activities the Track Meet Held freshmen have been in in high, vice-presiden-t al the Institute, was In the afternoon, after a brief school, and their preferences among awarded the shonorary degree of presentation of the various sports Technology activities. From these Doctor of Science by Middlebury at the Institute, a very informal questionnaires lists of men -iter- College on June. 25. Dr. Killian is track meet took place,- while in the ested in each activitly will be com- a member of Technology'l Class of traditional freshman - counselor piled and given to the various ac. 11926. I -_ softball game the frosh emerged vic. tivities. torious by a score of three to two. The---rally will also give the new I IThe T.:C.A. sent a newly published freshmen a chance to ask questions booklet called "The Church Serves" they might have about life.-at' Tech- II to give entering freshmen informa- nology. The freshmen who live in tion on the principal churches and the dorms will be urged also to come Fine Worlk for Low Prices various religious activities around outf andn work- on va-rious commit18 AMES ST. OPPOSITE DORMS Boston. i· tees.

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