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'Good Taste'

THE MAIL

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To the Editors of The Crimson:

We were disturbed by Michael Miller's "Tying the Knot" in November 8's Crimson. Mr. Miller need not have made his joke using actual people. Some of us know Cintra Eglin. All of us would hate to have had sport made of our personal lives to no purpose. Mr. Miller exceeded the bounds of good taste. David G. Mandelbaum '80, J.D. '83   Kathy A. Coons '80, J.D. '83   Richard Becker, Princeton '80, J.D. '83   Steven G. Poskanzer, Princeton '80, J.D. '83'

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