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Another long communication has been left at this office in protest against the recent action of the board of directors of the Dining Association. Lack of space prevents printing it entire, but the extract below contains what is most important.
To the Editors of the Crimson:
Feeling that we are not alone in opposition to the action of the Board of Directors of the Harvard Dining Association, by which the gallery of Memorial Hall has been closed to visitors on Vesper evenings, we have ventured to place for signature in the office of Memorial Hall and at Leavitt & Peirce's, a remonstrance addressed to the directors against such action. We urge gentlemen who feel as we do to sign the remonstrance; to assist in the attempt to obliterate a stain on the character of the student body.
'95, '96, '97, '98 AND GRADUATE.
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