To the Editors of the Crimson:
The student who made so vigorous a kick in yesterday's CRIMSON at the modest request that gentlemen leave their bage in the coat room of the library evidently labors under a misconception. No fair-minded person could raise the slightest objection to a student's taking into the library a receptacle for his books and papers. Moreover, the library officials are doubtless well aware that books can be purloined without the aid of a bag. The request appeals to those who would make the place a baggage room.
M. E. NICHOLS.