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BOSTON, NOV. 28.
To the Editors of the Crimson:
The very serious accident at the Yale-Princeton game yesterday is an illustration, if one were needed, of the dangers of having seats and grand stands insecurely built. At the Harvard-Yale game at Springfield there came very near being a similar accident, in my opinion. The seats near the centre of the Harvard side, to the north, where I was, got swaying so badly near the end of the game that everybody left the upper rows. It would have taken very little more to bring the whole thing down-I think another touch-down for Harvard would have done it. The Harvard foot ball management ought to make it their business, if it is not their business already, to see that there shall be no such criminal carelessness in putting up the seats in future.
Yours truly, JOSEPH LEE, '83.
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