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[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest. The Crimson is not, however, responsible for the sentiments expressed in such communications as may be printed.]

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

Will you permiit me to reiterate the advice, given by Professor Francke in yesterday's CRIMSON, that students who care either for the German language or for German art should avail themselves of the courses of Professor Clemen? To hear the best German spoken with the authority of a famous scholar is the best possible discipline one may have in this country, both in language and in the history of art. I do not urge a balance of public courtesies for we cannot offer official hospitality on the scale which a centralized government has at its command; but I trust that our academic greeting to this distinguished guest may be so cordial as to justify to him his generous service of the University. Very truly yours,   FRANCIS G. PEABODY.

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