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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:

May I be allowed space to suggest that your editorial, holding up to opprobrious ridicule not only the person but the office of the chief executive of the United States, was not only in decidedly poor taste, and un-American, but also very unlike the Harvard spirit. It will be resented by many who, though perhaps disagreeing with the appropriateness of the ban on a sumptuous inauguration (not "the coronation of the Peepul's annointed"), nevertheless see in his action the conscientious endeavor to put into practice the principles he advocates. J. S. Robinson '25.