EDITORS HARVARD HERALD: I desire to raise my voice against the poor seats in Harvard Hall. They are so extremely uncomfortable that I have been forced to cut a great many lectures. While I am far from being a Sybarite, I think that all will agree with me that it is unpleasant, to say the least, to be compelled to occupy such uncomfortable and even unhealthful seats as are those in question. I trust that the authorities will give this matter their kind attention before next year.
'85.[This caps the climax - but, no, we will probably soon hear a complaint that the examination rooms are not supplied with the latest periodicals. Eds.]