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The Ninety-One Nine.
We wish to call the attention of the members of '83 to Mr. Moffat's notice in yesterday's HERALD. More or less difficulty has been experienced by the secretaries of previous graduating classes in getting men to present themselves for the purpose of arranging a time for the sittings for the senior class photographs. All this trouble and confusion in the past has been due to the fact that the men have acted in that very characteristic spirit of "putting off until tomorrow" what they could do equally well today. If in the present case the seniors will make an exception to the general rule, and will take some little pains to see Mr. Moffat at the time he has set apart for arranging for the sittings, it will, without doubt, be very gratifying to him and considerable unnecessary trouble and waste of time can be avoided. Apart from any consideration of the trouble to the secretary of the class and the photographers, the seniors, for their own interests, should respond promptly to the notice above referred to.