To the Editors of the Crimson:
Each new year brings with it fresh evidence of the defects inevitable to Harvard's splendid growth in numbers. Through our expansion we have lost the old community of feeling which made it possible to punish, by social ostracism, an offender against the unwritten laws which govern the conduct of gentlemen. We can do nothing to bring to justice a member of the University who succeeds in cornering twenty of the best seats to the Yale game, sells them at the Boston Stock Exchange at a profit of $150, and boasts of what he has done.
G. R. NOYES '94.