With the political excitement becoming keener as November 7 draws near, the CRIMSON is planning a series of articles by men prominent in undergraduate affairs and who are more or less fixed to set forth their political views. In this connection any members of the University are invited to make use of the communication column of the CRIMSON for the expression of their opinions in regard to the coming Presidential election. This is not intended to make the CRIMSON the battlefield on which the opposing factions may hurl personal invectives and rant about preparedness or pacifism as the spirit may move them, but to give an opportunity of expressing themselves to those men who might no otherwise be heard from.
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