WITH the not far distant close of winter will end the season of our discontent. We are nearly through with those months of the year when there is nothing else to do but grumble. The bell that summons us to our semiannuals rings to-morrow for the last time. Henceforth we must look for something else to attack. Plank walks between Matthews and University, complaints about the Library, lamentations over the squeaking boots of proctors, have all afforded stanch material for dissatisfaction to the College papers. While we should be the first to welcome changes for the better in these and a thousand other abuses, we feel we have done as much as we can to bring about improvement, and now we are ready to wait and see what has been effected by the efforts of others.