The walk which leads to Holmes and Jarvis fields, passing by the west side of Jefferson Physical Laboratory, is composed of such soft substance that few care to use it. The consequence is that nearly everyone who wishes to reach the fields by this path walks on the grass by the side, and will soon tramp it down so that next spring the appearance of that part of the grounds will be careless and unfelt. We cannot blame the students for preferring soft grass to dusty gravel walks. The college authorities should have the paths watered and rolled so as to be fit for use and in this way prevent the passers-by from wearing down the grass.
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