SOME time since it was suggested that the boating-flags be placed in Memorial Hall. The flags have been removed from the Library, where the dust was allowed to accumulate upon them, to even worse quarters in the boat-house. As the flags recall victories which have been won, and suggest others to be won, there could be found no more appropriate place for them than the one in which they would be seen so often by so large a number of students. And as the flags would be an ornament, even to Memorial Hall, we hope that the Directors will take some measures to have them once more unrolled.
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