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The means at present employed to heat some of the dormitories are decidedly inefficient. A stove is not a pleasant thing to have in a room, while the fire-places in some of the buildings, especially Weld and Matthews, are wholly incapable of heating the rooms comfortably. It is hard to see why steam heating is not introduced. If this were done, the comfort of occupants of rooms would be greatly enhanced, and it would be much more economical than the present manner. Of course each man would be compelled to pay a certain amount per year, but it would be found much cheaper here in Cambridge where such exorbitant prices are asked for coal.

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