It has been suggested that one reason for the inadequate supply of hot water at the gymnasium is due to the continual waste of water in the shower bath. Men go into the shower-bath room and, turning on the warm water, will leave it running when there is no need of it. In the early part of the afternoon, when there are comparatively few men using the room, there is no necessity of keeping the water running continually. If every man would simply take the slight trouble of turning the faucet when he steps from under the bath, much water would be saved and consequently much complaint would be avoided.
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