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AN OLD COMPLAINT.

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Visitors at Saturday's football game were most vividly impressed with the condition of about two hundred yards of Boylston street near the old electric carbarn. At this point the continuous procession of teams and automobiles raised a dust which for density would put a Newfoundland fog to shame. To compel five thousand spectators to penetrate this cloud is not only a disgrace, but a menace to the public health. Without attempting to place the blame, we trust that in the future arrangements can be made to sprinkle Boylston Street several time before the inevitable traffic begins. A repetition of Saturday's nuisance will hardly be tolerated.

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