To the Editors of The Crimson:

Would it be within the realm of the Crimson's power to revive the Third Page section of Thursday? In the past, I looked forward to the incisive, intelligent and informative reviews of Paul K. Rowe. Now, however, only dull plot summaries appear, with no commentary on whether or not something is worth seeing. As a frugal graduate student, I only buy the Crimson on Thursdays, precisely for its entertainment guide. I regret to say that I will find it necessary to deprive the Crimson of even that small income, if the reviews do not improve, dramatically. Let's bring back Paul K. Rowe, and the good old days! Jonathan Tumin   Dept. of Government G-3

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