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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
We have heard a great deal of talk about the Harvard Men's Suffrage League in connection with the refusal to let Mrs. Pankhurst lecture in one of the College buildings. It would be interesting to learn from the officials of this organization how many members it has, how many attended the meeting at which they were elected to their offices, and whether the League was not formed by a few men for the sole purpose of having some suffrage speakers appear here this fall. Assuredly the College authorities would not permit the use of a hall by a couple of men who thought it would be instructive to have some outsider lecture here. Why, then, should this ephemeral league be granted greater privileges? It appears to me that, in using the name of "Harvard," they have not acted in good faith.
At Mrs. Kelley's lecture, although it was well advertised and given under the auspices of this organization, there were only about thirty men. Where was the League? E. KERPER 2L
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