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In another column the superintendent of the Post Office makes a very reasonable request for greater accuracy in the addressing of students' mail. Had he asked this as a matter of convenience to the Post Office alone, he would doubtless have asked in vain; but it is not unnatural to expect that the students will pay more heed to a request which is evidently made in their own interests. An error or omission in an address is likely to mean a delay of some ten hours in the delivery of a letter.