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To the Editors of the Crimson:
Although the winter is nearly over, if is not too late to say a word of protest in regard to the condition of the paths in the yard. Every time that there has been a storm this winter, six or seven laborers have been set to work to clear off the board walks and have done so in as feeble and incomplete a way as could only be equalled by the New York Cleaning Department. Absolutely no attention is paid to the paved or dirt walks or the entrance to Massachusetts or Harvard, which have been today as so often before, covered with slush and water, against which rubber boots alone are proof. Were these thoroughfares public ones the college authorities would be guilty of violation of city ordinances. Should absence of compulsion keep the powers that be from doing their plain duty towards the students?
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