Communication

(We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest, but assume no responsibility for sentiments expressed under this head.)

Monday morning the CRIMSON printed a report of President Eliot's address in Brooks House on "Racial Religion" which called forth the following communication. When President Eliot was interviewed yesterday by the CRIMSON, it was learned that the impression conveyed by the report was not accurately in accord with the impression which the address was intended to give. Thus, the communication is not so much a refutation of President Eliot's actual ideas as of their misstatement. A communication on the same subject was written by the Japanese students of the University; but as the ideas expressed were very similar, the CRIMSON does not print it.