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Professorial Discretion

To the Editors of The Crimson:

It is peculiar that The Crimson, whose "Confi-Guide" has for years doggedly attempted to dissuade students from enrolling in Professor Mansfield's courses, should now complain about the way his junior tutees were chosen. There are many courses in the University in which enrollment is limited, and it is the rule that professors have great discretion in these matters. But there is only one senior professor in the Government Department teaching juniors in the tutorial program. James W. Muller '73   Tutor in Government

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