Reports filtering in from the Student Council office in Phillips Brooks House indicate that roller derby tickets are not selling at all well. This must be viewed as but another sign of the growing student indifference to the worthwhile activities of their representatives. When so busy an organization as the Council takes the time to obtain tickets for an outstanding athletic event, one can only hope that the slow sale is due to ignorance, not to disdain.
Although the Council may feel stung by this exhibition of apathy, its good works will not remain unnoticed long; sales are bound to pick up soon. In fact, the energetic lawmakers ought to look around not for new opportunities to serve the College. There's a six-day bike race coming to town, and tag-team wrestling at the Arena each week, and maybe a flea circus. The Council has only begun to serve.