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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
I was much pleased to see your paper trying to start something in the way of reform of football. I trust you will continue your efforts to abolish football as a "business," and to bring it back as a "sport."
I see that all of the various recipients of the "gate" are lining up solidly in support of the game as it is now conducted. That is to be expected, but the fact still remains that spring practice, early September practice and many other evils should go.
The game is a great show to watch and I am one that enjoys watching it. Yours truly, A. J. Boyden '95.
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