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THE MAIL

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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:

The Division of Chemistry is hardly flattered by this morning's very badly written account of it, which pretends to be a guide to concentrators. Aside from the awkward and inelegant English of the author, his impressions of Chemistry as a science or a profession leave much to be desired. He has selected 9 of the 37 courses of the Department, considered these elementary ones in a trifling way, and goes so far as to say that "there are other courses, some of them advanced" and vainly attempts to conceal his ignorance of them by stating that space does not permit. Shades of the Alchemists! what crimes are committed in they descendants! accomplishments! H. R. Young '37

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