Those who have charge of the college yard, ought to see that it is fit to walk in. Most of the important walks, to be sure, are laid with boards, but there are others, and others, too, which are used very generally, where the mud is allowed full license, unprotected. Such paths as those leading from University towards the gymnasium, and especially that from the east end of Grays to Massachusetts, are very convenient, and even more muddy. If it is too late in the season to lay boards, or if lumber is unattainable, ashes form a very good substitute, as is shown in the condition of the path from Thayer to Holden Chapel. A little judicious application of ashes to the present canal-like walks, would not only satisfy the feelings of the masses, but would add materially to the good looks of Fair Harvard.
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