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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
Concerning your correspondent's splendid letter for the abolition of beer at class meetings; would it not also be a fine thing to do away with cigarettes upon those occasions? We know--those who earnestly serve knowledge and truth cannot but see--that cigarettes are noxious; that of all men who die, at least ninety-three per cent have at some time smoked cigarettes.
Would it not be a good thing for the Student Council to turn their attention to this matter? Or might it not be brought up before the trustees? Such things as this are of the first importance. A. PHILOSOPHER.