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To expect perfection in the management of the Gymnasium at first is contrary to experience, since that can be attained only by pointing out from time to time the conflicts between the rules and the students' wants. Closing the Gymnasium after Saturday noon seems to us a clear case of conflict. As the great majority of those who use the Gymnasium exercise either in the afternoon or evening, they are prevented from keeping a regular hour. Moreover, students devote to exercise the time that they can most conveniently spare from their work, and as there are no recitations in the afternoon of Saturday, and as the Law Library closes at one o'clock on that day, there is probably no better chance during the week to use the Gymnasium. If the building must be closed some half-day, why should it not be Monday morning, when but few, possibly none, would be inconvenienced?

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