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WHENEVER the ranks of the United States postal service in Cambridge are invaded by sickness or resignation, the students are called on to undergo the inconvenience of waiting until noon for their mail. The reason our postman rather than any other is called on to do double duty is that the Mount Auburn people make a fuss if their mail is delayed. Now where, in the Mount Auburn district, seventy-five letters are distributed, between two and three hundred are delivered in college. The injustice is apparent, and all that remains is to make a fuss.

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