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Editors Daily Crimson:
It seems unfortunate that the Co-operative Society, founded and supported by the members of the university, should not afford them better service and attention. The force of clerks seems to be insufficient and their knowledge of the stock is decidedly meagre. The stock is not carefully kept up; books in daily demand are of ten not obtained except after annoying delays. Orders are not promptly attended to; or if they are, notices are not promptly sent out.
The fault appears to be a lack of supervision. At all events the existing state of things calls for immediate improvement. ONE OF MANY.
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