THE MAIL

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To the Editor of the CRIMSON

While I wish to thank the CRIMSON for their very kind remarks about the Student Conference on Careers in Government in yesterday's editorial, it would be unfair not to mention the two "aides" who were most responsible for the "clockwork" which you praised. The conference would not have been so successful without the constant and persistent work of Bruce Bliven, Jr., and Ely. J. Kahn, Jr., who devoted two entire days to making arrangements, taking registration, and, on Saturday, keeping just one jump ahead of the conference. It is to them that most praise is due. Raymond Dennett.