Several correspondents have urged us to make a final appeal to the faculty, or a systematic attack on the janitor, for more heat and less darkness in the chapel. It is, unfortunately, too early to insert our stereotyped editorial on heating the chapel, as there is a rule of the paper which forbids its use oftener than once a month. We, therefore, pass over the old grievance this time, and turn to the new complaint which has been made. The chapel, it is said, is too dark to allow the reading of psalms without injury to the eyes. We therefore, respectfully suggest that on cloudy mornings the gloomy chapel be illuminated by a stray candle here and there. The reader may now expect some words about electric light in the library. But, for today we have finished our suggestions to the powers above us, whether faculty or janitor.
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