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Communications.

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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON:- Allow me to protest through your columns against the unscrupulousness of some men who have the pretention of giving seminars and private instruction in branches which they know little about. Their principal victims are, of course, freshmen; and one case in particular has come to my notice of a graduate giving seminars in subjects which he was utterly unfit to teach. Now, such a man may think he is a very able fellow to be earning money in such ways, but to any candid mind he is a swindler. I speak of this simply to warn freshmen against going to seminars indiscriminately. Let me add that I am not in any way a rival to seminar givers, nor have I ever been to them for help; I give my facts entirely as some friends gave them to me, out of their own recent experience.

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