WE are fully sensible of the inviolable rights of individuals, and are sufficiently patient, even during the Mid-Years, to put up with the noisy rounds of Graeco-Roman practised overhead, and can endure with philosophic calmness Smith's hilarious "Jubilate to the 'unconscious moon.' " But, unfortunately, our patience is not infinite; and we must protest against the habit of certain occupants of the upper rooms in the south entry of Matthews, of throwing bottles down through the staircase shaft. Thus the necessary and much-frequented passage-way to the basement is made very disagreeable, if not positively dangerous. We are convinced that the gentlemen can find, with very little inconvenience, some pastime that is equally delightful to themselves and less annoying to their neighbors.
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