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To the Editors of the Crimson:
It is clear, by the universal and just indignation among the undergraduates, that the painting of the John Harvard statue is not the outcome of any Harvard spirit or Harvard enthusiasm, but rather the act of a band of cowardly dare-devils. These individuals may or may not be members of the University, and it is very important to show that it was personal and individual spite and not any University feeling which prompted this barbarous act. The act of these few ought to be held up and the offenders sought out and punished for the trespass. Thus the enormity of the crime will not reflect upon all Harvard students.
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