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To the Editors of the Crimson:
In your report on the dismissal of Phillipp Schorsch, the clear implication is that Professor Rosenbloom has excluded him from the Business School Doctoral Program in response to pressure from a father whose daughter had a liason with Phillipp.
This clear implication is inconsistent with everything I know about Richard Rosenbloom. In the three years I have known him he has been meticulous in respecting and safeguarding students' rights. As an instructor and an administrator he was careful to judge individuals on their own merits.
Knowing Richard Rosenbloom I urge the Crimson to apologize to him for a malicious attack on his person. Kimball Kehoe
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