By the following extract from the graduates' column of the Princetonian may be seen the advantages of such a column:
'85, Edw. S. Wood, an account of whose marriage was sent to the Princetonian and published on Nov. 8th, begs leave to correct the same by the following convincing note:-
Dear sirs:- My attention has been called to an article in your issue of Nov. 8th inst., which purports to be an account of my wedding. I beg leave to state that the above event is entirely unknown to me and single blessedness I still enjoy. By inserting the above, you will correct an error and materially aid the chances of one still a bachelor.