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To the Editors of the Crimson:

It is with much pleasure that I see in the CRIMSON of yesterday a communication from Mr. Eaton, encouraging the use of the enrollment cards sent out by the Anti-Spoils League of New York, and also an editorial upon the same topic furthering Mr. Eaton's suggestion.

In order to obtain the signatures of Harvard students, Mr. Schurz, the president of the Anti-Spoils League, has forwarded to Professor Charles Eliot Norton a large number of the enrollment cards of the league for distribution in the University. These cards may be signed at the Cooperative Society, Leavitt and Peirce's, Thurston's, and Sever's, and left there for collection or sent to Professor Norton. Let every man in the University who has the cause of pure government at heart emphasize his opinion by signing these cards.

J. H. JONES '96.