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To, the Editor of the CRIMSON:
May I suggest to Mr. Cheever that the condition he mentions as due to the new Daylight Saving Time is not at all caused by it?
Before the advent of this new time the Dining Halls were subject to a "rush" just before the end of the hours for serving--at each meal. A certain class of fellows consistently come in the Halls at the last possible moment. Were the evening meal served from 6.00 to 10.30 there would be a large number come in at 10.29. On every holiday, Sunday, or any day on which the time is extended for serving, there is always this joyful rush at the last minute.
I suggest that the time be shortened if anything--not lengthened. Wallace K. Pinfold '32.