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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, April 01, 1907, Image 14

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2l8 The Hobart Herald H e r a l d is a College institution, and because a few men have been selected to oversee its publication, does not mean that the rest of the College is relieved from all responsibility concern­ ing it. The H e r a l d , to live, must be a representative publi­ cation and it can be so only thru the co-operation of all the men in college. W e take this last opportunity of appealing to you, members of the student body, to support the new Board in a work which after all is primarily for your own benefit. As the end of the year approaches we be- COMMENCE- gin to think of Commencement. This past MENT year has been the most successful in the history of the college, and it is only fitting that we should end such a year with a glorious Commencement. To do this every man should make it his particular business to be on hand and do his part. In past years there have always been a few wanderers who could not or would not stay over for Commencement. This year the prosperity of the college will probably bring back a large delegation of alumni, and we need every man here to impress upon them our own confidence in the college, and to show them that high degree of true college spirit to wdiich wTe have attained. For, after all, it is the Alumni who make the college, and we must make it our business to keep them interested. The Echo has gone to press, and ought to be THE out before very long. In behalf of the ECHO Manager of the Echo, we ask the students to support him. The Manager’s position is no easy one, and under any circumstances which m ay arise, he must “make good.” He cannot “make good” unless the fellows help him. See the Manager and sign for a copy, and when they come out B U Y A N ECHO.

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