The following bulletin was posted yesterday : "Tickets for admission to the gallery of the hall during meal-hours, are now to be obtained by members of the association on application to the auditor or to the officers of the association. They can be used only on the date specified on their face." Are we to understand by this that a man who does not board at the hall shall be debarred from the privilege of taking his friends into the gallery at meal-time? Such strict application of the rule will certainly prove obnoxious to a large number of men who board outside the hall, but still retain enough interest in it to wish to visit the place occasionally with their friends.
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