There is not room for more baths, however, in the gymnasium as it now stands. We even cannot well increase much more the number of lockers without encroaching on some exercising apparatus. The fact is that we want a larger gymnasium, where we can have more and better baths, as well as other necessities. There is ground enough about the building to add a new wing, and until that is done we must continue apparently to go without necessary accommodations. We do not ask for luxuries, for Turkish baths or hot air rooms or swimming tanks, - these are beyond present possibilities. We ask only for ordinary baths, sufficient in number and properly arranged, - and these we can obtain, so far as we see, only by enlarging Hemenway gymnasium.