Letter from the Superintendent of the Cambridge Post Office.

U. S. POST OFFICE,

CAMBRIDGE STATION.

Feb. 12, 1895.

To the Editors of the Crimson:

May I ask you to call the attention of the students to the necessity of having their mail properly addressed as to street and number? This will avoid many unnecessary delays to them and will be a great relief to the clerks at this office.

Respectfully,W. J. CUNNINGHAM,Superintendent.