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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
Have just read an account in the paper where you called the annual convention of the American Legion in Boston a "Brawl". I can't imagine any man who attends Harvard sponsoring or writing such an editorial. I have attended American Legion conventions and of course all of them are not orderly and some may get drunk. But as to your term "Brawl" you are all wet.
I am an ex-service man and resent such implications, and if your editorial is the general opinion of what the men at Harvard think of the Legion. . . I want nothing to do with Harvard. But I know that the real patriotic men of Harvard do not hold your vien. You probably were not old enough to have seen service in France but from your editorial I doubt if you would have offered your service to the cause. A. L. Haucock, Council Bluffs, lowa.
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