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EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON: Considerable annoyance has been felt since the term began, from peddlars, beggars, traders and book agents, who have been calling at the rooms of the students in the college buildings. The notices in all the entries seem to have lost their power of former years, and are now passed by unnoticed. The nuisance at present, is not a very grew, but in time it is likely to become even unbearable.

The subject is closely related to the "mucker" question, so often discussed, and the two should be treated at one blow. Cannot the yard authorities free us from these experiences which to say the least are unpleasant? '86.

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