THE UNION RESTAURANT.

Apropos of the Memorial Hall discussion we wish to offer a suggestion to the managers of the Union. There the price of board is considerably higher than. in most of the Cambridge eating places; and for that reason we expect to find the food much better. Of the quality offered we have little to complain, but it does seem that by a little judicious management the meals might be served fresher and hotter. There are certain articles of food quantities to be served when called for, as is apparently done in some cases at present.

Furthermore, we believe that to the men who eat regularly at the Union a weekly board ticket might be issued, at a somewhat reduced price, with considerable mutual advantage.