EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON:- It is not without reluctance that I venture to attack an institution as useful as the Co-operative Society. I voice, however, the sentiments of a goodly number in protesting against the frequent and usually unwarranted rudeness of the management. The independent spirit of the officials is possibly pardonable, but the manner of its display is inexpressibly galling. Any complaint, far from being met in a proper spirit, seems to be regarded by the superintendent in the light of a personal affront, and the complainant is subjected too often to abuse.
In writing the above I am actuated by no feeling of vindictiveness. My object in writing is to call attention to an evil which has no right to exist; to condemn a policy which I know is impairing the usefulness of a good society.
AN '88 MEMBER.