We would again remind our correspondents that if they would have their communications printed the real names of the writers must accompany their letters. If it is not desired, these names will of course not be published. If a man is unwilling to send us his real name when addressing a letter to us, we can not help feeling that his comments or opinions are not given in good faith. The above rule is strictly adhered to, and it may explain to several students why their communications have failed to appear in the CRIMSON.
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