The change of the dinner hour at Memorial has called forth considerable adverse criticism. It is due to the directors of the Dining Association that the reason for the change be known. It is simple: the great pressure at the general tables has been found to come at about a quarter of six o'clock, or soon after the hall was opened according to the old schedule. The present change is made in the hope that it will relieve this pressure. The change is merely experimental, and unless it works satisfactorily will be abandoned.