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EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON :-It is now the 9th of Nov. and in two of my courses, where there are about a hundred men in each, there have been no seats assigned. The result is, that the instructor has to call the role each lecture, taking up considerable time thereby. The average time for calling these 100 names, is six minutes. Now when there are eighty men present, there is a complete loss of 8 hours time to the section as a whole, besides the loss of patience. Why are not monitors appointed? The lists must have been completed long ago. I understand also, that there is one course, in which there are 140 men, and eleven minutes are used by the watch. This would make a grand total of 25 hours lost.

TEMPUS FUGIT, '85.Nov. 9, 1883.

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