Mr. Wendell has several times made the very reasonable request that the men in Sophomore Rhetoric should be more prompt in their attendance at his lectures, especially on Thursdays, when Professor Hill's lectures are read, These lectures are very long, and require the full hour to finish them, even in a hasty manner. Students are very ready to take advantage of an instructor's tardiness, but think nothing of interrupting him in the midst of his lecture. An instructor would be justified, we think, in refusing to allow men to enter the lecture room after he had begun his talk. But allowance should be made for men who have courses which compel them to come from the Zoological Museum, as is the case with many sophomores who take Natural History 2 which comes the hour directly before the Rhetoric hour.
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