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There can be no doubt as to the propriety of the stand taken by the Dining Council in reference to boorishness at Memorial. There are not two sides to this question. That the pounders at the tables are as guilty as the expelled man does not in the least excuse him. If it were possible to punish them also it would be perfectly proper. There can be no palliating excuses for such performances. But as usual reform must come from within and we can but call on the students again to take a stand for common sense and decency. Let this be the end of such work.

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