During the winter, when the ground is continually thawing on the surface, it is ruinous to the turf to walk on it. But if the powers that reign over the college yard wish to keep the students from walking on the grass, the best way is for them to make walks that will be less muddy than the grass. That this can be done goes without saying. And if the sward we have been so proud of in the past looks rough and worn next Class Day, it will not be entirely the fault of the students, for the grass now offers superior attractions to pedestrians, and the college almost puts a premium on walking over it.
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