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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
In one of your recent editorials the writer mentioned "Cincinnati" as the home of the typical American yap. Now I live in Cincinnati, and while I must admit that New York and Chicago have their advantages, it seems to me that even Cincinnati might be worth living in for a while, if only to learn how to spell it. Respectfully. A. M. Stern '26.