MEMORIAL Hall needs to be much better ventilated. We have often come in a little late, and found the air so close as to be absolutely unbearable, as indeed we might expect when several hundred men are sitting in a room where the entrance of fresh air is so effectually prevented as it is in Memorial Hall. Threats and entreaties hitherto have been equally useless; "the windows cannot be opened during meal-time without making too great a draught," or "the hall has been sufficiently ventilated in the morning." We are not rash, but if something is not done soon to let in a little fresh air, we shall be inclined to come to dinner with several stones in our pockets, and quietly proceed to do our own ventilating by breaking a few panes of glass.
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