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The period of the year is at hand when every college is holding its winter meetings; those of Harvard are near at hand, and naturally we expect them to be as successful this year as they have proved in the past. There is one suggestion, however, which we beg to offer the management. If the experience of former years is any criterion on which to base our opinions, there will be the usual crush at the entrance. The management ought not to forget this, but should open the doors earlier than is customary and let him be served best who comes first.

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