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To the Editors of The CRIMSON:
It is most appropriate that one of the governing bodies of Harvard University meets today. As far back as 1921 the Overseers sought student opinion on the then controversial issue of the tutorial system. Today's meeting provides this body with an excellent opportunity to continue this tradition. At the same time, the Overseers could prove to students and faculty that at least one of the governing bodies in the Harvard community is interested in a dialogue--and students.
The Overseers should take this opportunity to invite students representing different organizations, including SDS, to speak at their meeting. John and Adele Simmons '63
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