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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
Apropos of the student poll about a suitable war memorial, I oppose the suggestion of having a new chapel, (since worship is irretrievably dissociated from Harvard) and also the suggestion of a monument, because such a memorial is at best a rather sterile and lifeless affair.
Harvard stands for ideas, and ideas live and breed while stones and mortar crumble. Would it not be more appropriate both to Harvard and to the war-killed men whose memory we seek to celebrate, to endow a chair or fund to promote the abolition of war? C. D. Stillman '29.
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