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The appearance of the new catalogue suggests once more the ever present and deserving subject which has been the basis of so many long and weary hours of college newspaper writing, - the need of more dormitories. The list of the freshman class shows an increased percentage of those who are compelled to room outside the college buildings. There is plenty of available ground within the limits of the yard, and there are many rich alumni of Harvard who are anxiously awaiting a chance to bestow large fortunes upon the university. Under such favorable circumstances it seems as if something might be done that would add a charm to many a man's student life, and also save him from the positively cruel knives of the local landlords.

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