Every one who boards at Memorial will appreciate the force of any protest which we can enter against the proposed scheme of increasing the number of members of the Dining Association. Of all the things which arouse a spirit of rebellion, nothing could be more effective than to allow more men to crowd into Memorial Hall. The hall is none too satisfactory as it is; if one happens to have an experienced waiter one can get along well enough, but if one is so unfortunate as to have a new man it is anything but a pleasant place to dine. What it would be if one hundred and twenty-five more men were admitted it is difficult to understand. It would create a hubbub entirely inconsistent with anything like decency, and would be unbearable. We heartily endorse the position taken on the Advocate on this subject.
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