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To the Editors of the Crimson:

GENTLEMEN:- Ten men have been selected to compete for the Boylston Prizes next Thursday evening in Sanders Theatre.

The place where these men naturally want to practice is in the Theatre. On Monday and Tuesday afternoons of this week, two or three of the contestants, with private instructors of elocution, secured the hall and held it by locking the door for three consecutive hours. Is this not manifestly unjust to the remaining seven or eight men?