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President Ellot's Stand

Communications

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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

I earnestly urge you and your staff to read the noble utterance of Harvard's great ex-president in the October Atlantic, and also Mr. Fosdick's fine-minded article. Do not let the youth of Harvard lose its vision at this hour. MARY P. SEARS.

October 4, 1920.

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