For the next few months the gymnasium will be crowded, and the use of the apparatus will be desired by a large number of students. We notice that some men, after finishing exercise, rest on the apparatus until they find it agreeable to themselves to move away, being utterly oblivious of the waiting men who wish to use the same apparatus. Undoubtedly mere carelessness causes this neglect of the rights of others; so that we trust that after this reminder, those who have been careless will be careless no more, promptly moving away from apparatus which they have finished using, that others may take their places. The facilities of the gymnasium are necessarily limited, and no care should be spared to make them as universally useful as possible.
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