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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
Upon reading this morning's editorial page, I must admit that you gentlemen have me quite thoroughly baffled.
I can't quite understand how this letter column is conducted. Maybe my confusion stems from the early portion of the morning in which I digest the CRIMSON'S columns. Perhaps it is because I am merely a junior and haven't really learned the ropes yet.
Specifically, what is bothering me is the incomprehensible way in which Mr. August Limber '50 is able to correct an error on page four in the Spring Golf Schedule in today's paper, on THE SAME DATE that the error appears in print. Can you explain this enigma for me? Edward F. Burke '50
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