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"Well," said the tired gentleman, "One of you folks done broke the law by not filing your census blank with the guv'ment."
"Sorry about it," I said, "If you gave me the name it might help."
"Never mind," he said, "Never mind. In Eliot House alone we've got 149 delinquents ... 149." With that he started up the stairs.
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