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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
Without having read the full content of the editorial I wish to commend the initiative and courage that it took to write such an editorial knowing full well that a storm of protest was sure to follow in its wake. If the people feel that a paper sponsored by Harvard University hasn't the right to handle subject matter pertaining to the American Legion they should familiarize themselves with the list of all America's glorious war dead.
. . . If another war does come the wearers of fair Harvard's crimson will not have to look to Will Rogers or any other celebrity to guide them into the road of honor, neither will the war be lost if the star spangled banner is borne by men like those of fine old Harvard. The truthfulness of your editorial will be more readily appreciated later than on the day it was released. J. W. W. Craven, M. D. Charlotte, N. C.
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