The newsboys who frequent the outskirts of Memorial Hall are becoming as great a nuisance as their friends and allies, the shacks. In fact, the newsboy plague is further reaching than the shack pest, for a shack will not attack a man who does not carry a racket, whereas the newsboys pursue everybody they see. Even when a victim waves in the air his already purchased paper, the newsboy still persists. If the number of boys was reduced to three or four, and these remained at the hall, just as many papers would be sold, and the walk to breakfast and dinner would be rendered less disagreeable.
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