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EDITIORS HERALD-CRIMSON.-I saw in your paper this morning an editorial about cold examination halls in Massachusetts. An hour or two later I was working at an examination in Sever 37. I am sorry to say that much the same fault might be found with that room as with Massachusetts. We shivered a large part of the morning because one of the windows perched near the roof could not be closed by any means. Sever 37 is never noted as being a very warm place to sit but this morning it was terrible. It does seem as if the faculty might have some regard for our physical welfare when they are torturing our heads with a three hour examination. More care is needed and until such care is taken I think it no more than right that we should have a growl. K.