We would like to call the attention of the Dining Association to a little matter which is certainly within their jurisdiction. Will they see to it that the obstreperous newspaper boys, who gather in crowds at the entrance to Memorial, be quieted to some extent? Playing tag and loud shouting seem hardly appropriate in the transept of Memorial, but these small youths seem to possess as little regard for the place as for the comfort of the students. Indeed, the cries of "Record, is a cent," and "Buy the only reliable paper," which are levelled by the rival venders at the students passing into Memorial, and the crowding and jostling, almost make us fancy that we are in a railroad station. Sometimes the student actually has to shove his way through the crowd, while the boys are thrusting papers in his very face, as if he were escaping from a swarm of hackmen. Will not some one inform these irrepressible youngsters that there must be better order and less noise?