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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
Although I went over to the Chapel at 7.15 o'clock this evening (Sunday), I was hardly able even to get inside the door. The small section reserved for College men had long been filled and the remainder of the building, even to the aisles was packed with outsiders. Just as on a few occasions last year, a great many College men were turned away. Yet there is no question that men in the University have the first right in their own Chapel.
Why cannot outsiders be excluded until, say, 7.20, by a permanent rule? 1905.
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