To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
The article on Lowell House yesterday omitted one of its most valued features, the record library. This library contains over nine hundred phonograph records. All of the symphonies of Beethoven and Brahms, the last three of Mozart, a number of the works of Sibelius and Stravinsky, several complete grand operas, and all except one of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas--these are a few of the many records in the library, which is unapproached by that of any other House. More records are being bought each year through the generosity of the House Committee, and the choice of the new selections is left to the members of the Houses. Two phonographs, in the Tower Room and the Music Room, are available to House members at all times. August M. Kleeman, Jr. '35.