To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
The Englishman of Kirkland House note with a great deal of paternal pride and affection the formation of a group in Winthrop House which has adopted as its very own the title worn by the Kirkland House society for the past four years. The notice in yesterday's CRIMSON anent a meeting of the Winthrop "Englishman" with Professor K. G. T. Webster as guest came as a distinct and pleasant surprise to members of the Kirkland House association of concentrations in English.
The Kirkland Hose Englishman unselfishly have made no application for patent, hold no copyright on their name. On the country, members of the Kirkland Englishman welcome their Winthrop House offspring, glowing with the consciousness that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. W. H. Ledgard '36.