To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

The Paine Hall temper-tantrum was the act, not of serious revolutionaries, but of naughty children trying to bully the rest of us--students and faculty, left and right.

Punishment is as pointless in this instance as in the case of the unhappy child who insists on wetting his bed. E. L. Pattullo   Director   Center for the Behavioral Sciences