Our attention has been called recently to the frequency with which the posters announcing the different base-ball games disappear from the college yard. This was especially noticeable with regard to the Harvard-Yale freshman game, but the practice of "ragging" 'varsity signs among the students at large is just as rife. The rapidity with which they disappear from the bulletin boards in University and in Memorial is truly amazing. The different athletic teams rely principally upon the posters for the publication of their games, and undergraduates ought to remember that a sign which goes no one knows where in five minutes, is not likely to attract the attention of many passers-by. There is no possible objection in taking a sign after a game is played, but everyone should have the decency and sense to let the posters remain unmolested until then.
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