During the warm weather those who take their meals at Memorial Hall are likely at times to get food which is not entirely palatable to them. I hope any such will not fail to notify me by complaints put in the box for that purpose in the hall. I do not very often give personal answers to the complaints but invariably look into the merits of all communications addressed to me. I should like also to remind everybody that the best way to obtain better food, is to send back that which is objectionable, with a brief note to the effect that it is so. The more suggestions there are sent to the directors, the more satisfactorily they may hope to manage.
H. C. LAKIN,Pres. H. D. A.