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To the Editor of the Crimson:

Today's announcement in the Harvard Crimson by Joseph F. Hudnut, Dean of the Faculty of Design, that: "the School of Regional Planning will resume operations next year", is heartening news to all of us, and will be also to everyone who is interested in orderly physical development of city, state and region. Only one thing could have exceeded our regret over discontinuance of the School--our joy and enthusiasm over its re-creation. A definite promise by the man directly responsible to President Conant has now assured the continuance of one of Harvard's most potent means of contributing to the national welfare. Dradreaux Bender   David S. Geer   Roland B. Greeley   Oscar Sutermeister   Leslie Williams

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