Any one who has a room which he desires to dispose of must make a statement to that effect at the Bursar's office. A list will be made, probably in June, of the rooms whose holders do not intend to occupy them; applications will be received for these rooms precisely as they are received before the annual allotment; a drawing will then be made by lot and the result will be published. During the summer this process will be repeated whenever there are rooms put up at the Bursar's office. The main objection to the plan is its inconvenience. The charges of unfairness, which have been made regarding it, are entirely without foundation, for now the last trace of favoritism has disappeared. We are obliged to put up with the inconvenience of the process because of the disgraceful traffic in rooms carried on last year and the year before. It is unfortunate that the new scheme could not have been arranged so that the pipers would have been paid out of the pockets of the dancers. This was almost impossible, and we who have not traded in rooms must suffer, with those who have, the consequences which follow that traffic.