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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
I wish to protest the use of my name in a letter and a news story in the CRIMSON of May 18. The letter was published without my signature and as I want no part of the Varsity Club controversy, I request that my name be withdrawn from further consideration. John H. Ederer '53
The CRIMSON volume of mail is such that it is impossible to check authenticity of writers' signatures. The other signer of the letter has confirmed his signature.
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