It is to be hoped that the coming election of officers for the Dining Association will call forth a full and well-considered vote from the boarders at the hall. As the vice-president of the association has stated, the hall is necessarily only an experiment for the rest of the year, and therefore, it is especially incumbent upon all present members to provide for the success of this experiment as far as possible by making a judicious choice in this coming election for the offices of president and vice-president. It is admitted, indeed, that the officers of the association possess little power, and cannot be held responsible to any considerable extent for the failure of the hall, but it is important that what little power they do have over its management should be wisely employed. Much will really depend upon their action after all.
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