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TO THE EDITORS

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Perhaps I wasn't the only one amused and embarrassed by two conflicting headlines, on different pages, in your April 12 issue. On page two is Baratunde R. Thurston's signed opinion piece entitled "The Name Game: People of Color Should Sympathize With Native Americans," a critique of Washington's continued use of the the name "Redskins" for its football franchise.

On page six, a sports brief announces "Mesa Returns, Indians Scalp Angels." Hopefully, the irony was not lost on the night editors of this issue. One can only grin and groan at the same time. --Larry Lee '97

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