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To the Editors of the Crimson:
There seems to have been a misunderstanding of the meaning of my communication signed "Junior" in the CRIMSON of January 31. I did not intend to accuse any managers, past or present, of dishonesty. I only wished to find out what became of the proceeds of a shell when it has been sold. I had no case in mind, nor do I think that there has ever been mismanagement in the class crews. Owing to a poorly worded and somewhat jocose phrase, a wrong impression as to my meaning has been received by the crew management. My article was meant as a suggestion, not as a criticism. But if there are managers or captains whom I have insulted, to them I apologize.
JAMES F. CURTIS.
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