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(Ed. Note--The Crimson does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed in printed communications. No attention will be paid to anonymous letters and only under special conditions, at the request of the writer will names be with-held.)

To the Editor of the CRIMSON:

Since the closing of the gates to the Yard on Massachusetts Avenue, Quincy Street has become one of the main routes of access to the recitation buildings and Widener. By this diversion of student traffic a minor annoyance has become a public nuisance. I refer to the condition of the sidewalks on the west side of Quincy Street. During the last few days of thaw the curbings have enclosed a river of viscous, soupy, yellow mud quite impossible to walk in without acquiring an ample coating on one's shoes and trousers.

I do not know who is responsible in the city of Cambridge for the condition of the sidewalks, but I should think that the University could well afford the small outlay required for the erection of board walks over this muddy sea. (Name withheld by request.)

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