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The season of the year has come when one is obliged to wear outer wrappings of one kind or another on the way to one's lectures, but what to do with these garments when one has arrived at the lecture room is often a puzzie. There are very few rooms where there is any chance to hang up coats and hats; the result is that a man has to sit beside his damp clothing throughout an hour, much to the discomfort of both himself and those about him. We see no reason why, in the smaller rooms at least, suitable hooks should not be placed in convenient places so that one's health and clothes may be better preserved.

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