THE MAIL

To the Editor of the CRIMSON:

We wish to express our hearty approval of the editorial in yesterday's CRIMSON on the recent action of the Law School authorities. We feel that you have voiced the sentiments of the great majority of those in the School. The steps which have just been taken and the attitude which they represent, seem to as opposed alike to the traditions of the University, the requirements of the situation, and the nature of graduate and professional training. It is very much to be hoped that last week's action does not mark a permanent change in what has been regarded as the settled policy of the Law School. Very truly yours.   Henry J. Friendly 3L.   John H. Sherburne Jr. 3L.   Charles S. S. Epstein 3L.   Frederick A. O. Schwarz 3L.   Joseph S. Platt 3L.