The Service at Gore Hall.

Communications

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

In an editorial yesterday morning you speak of "the discourtesy of the attendants at Gore Hall, especially those in the Reading Room." This loose and sweeping criticism is entirely undeserved. I do not speak of the attendants in the Reading Room, who have always been courteous to me, but of the large number of officers and attendants in charge of the Delivery Room. As a graduate student of three years' standing, who has probably used the good offices of the Delivery Room as much as, and abused its regulations more than most students of the University, I beg to testify to the uniform courtesy of the hard-worked men, women and boys who make the Harvard Library the most efficient and the most liberal circulator of books I have ever seen. H.N. MACCRACKEN 3G.