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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
Your issue of the third of October contained the rumor that the so called Harvard Socialist Club or members of that organization intend to stage an Anti War, Anti Army, Anti West Point demonstration. For obvious reasons such a demonstration at such a time would be in extreme bad taste. In some measure the University acts as host to West Point, the action of these socialists, however much publicity it might gain them, would add little to Harvard's reputation for sportsmanship.
Should this demonstration occur some means for attending to it ought to be devised. The ducking stool was the old time method of dealing with common scolds. Lacking that admirable instrument, we still have the river. Norton E. Long '32
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