LOSS OF ONE MAIL DEPRIVES STUDENTS OF ONLY SOLACE
Because of the necessity of effecting economics in the local postal system, Harvard men will no longer enjoy the benefits of an afternoon mail delivery on Wednesday. No longer will they spend that afternoon enraptured by the honeyed words of an epistle from "her". In vain will they stand watch by their respective letter boxes waiting for "that" letter. Stern economy has decreed that it shall not come.
In reply to the urgent request of several frenzied students that special effort be made to deliver immediately mail postmarked Northampton and Wellesley, the Postmaster was forced to reply that he was powerless to make any special provisions.