DORMITORY CARD DIRECTORIES.
EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON: I see by a recent issue of the CRIMSON that you advocate the card system in the dormitories, by which a stranger entering a building for the first time is enabled to find a friend without the least difficulty. We all know the trouble and vexation which a man has to undergo at present in searching for the room of an acquaintance. We on the lower floor especially are continually bored by requests from utter strangers "to have the kindness to tell me where I can find Mr. So-and-So." Of course we are civil enough to consult our index or catalogue and oblige the gentlemen, but we are bored none the less. But if the authorities would expend a few dollars on arrangements such as Felton is provided with, the trouble would be remedied. As spring approaches, the number of visitors to the college increases, and this arrangement would be joyfully received by all parties. The college very generously granted our request in regard to the compressed air cushions for the storm doors of the dormitories: perhaps they will as kindly grant us this petition also, especially as there is much less money to be expended and yet the benefits to be derived are as great.