SHE who superintends the goodies is much disturbed, we hear, by the complaints which have been lately made in the college papers about her subordinates. It is her business to see that the women who have charge of our rooms do their work properly. For this purpose she makes weekly tours of the buildings, inspects the rooms, and is ready to receive any complaints that may be made. The invariable reply to her question if the goody does her work well, is, according to her statement, "O yes. All right." She finds it difficult, therefore, to discover where the trouble lies of which public complaint is made, and desires us to state that if any one who thinks his room is neglected will send a note to the College Matron, 28 Mellen Street, she will see that matters are arranged to his satisfaction.