WE understand that at last the boating-flags are to have a place in the Library. While adhering to the opinion that Memorial Hall is the right place for them, we are glad that they are to be permanently housed in a public place. So important do we deem these flags that we view with serious apprehension the recent distribution of a part of them among members of the crew. In the first place, the crew have no right to ornament their private rooms with what has become college property; and in the second place, the danger that the flags in irresponsible hands may get damaged is very great. Until our boating-flags can be publicly exhibited, they should be kept together; and a recall of those now out is in order.