To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
Although I appreciate as much as anyone, the unerring eye in Lehman Hall, that picks matronly biddies for the dormitories, I believe their list of instructions must read something like this:
1. Every goodie that throws away more than forty newspapers, magazines, and letters a day will be promoted in the fall to Lowell House.
2. Anything that is on the floor is food for the basket; be sure, however, that you don't remove any rugs.
3. Personal letters are put on the desk so that you can gain a more intimate knowledge of the girl who occupies the room.
4. The only side of the bed that is important is the upper; dirt can be well hidden underneath.
5. It adds zest to the summer if you playfully conceal anything you may find on the chairs.
6. Don't disturb the dust; it gets in peoples eyes and often makes them sneeze. (Name withheld by request)