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Letter to the Editor: On the replacement of the House Master title

By Harvey C. Mansfield

To the Editors of The Crimson:

To aid in the furious thinking going on in the administration for a name to replace "Master" of a House, I would like to propose a College competition to decide a suitable replacement.

To start things off, I will offer two possible new titles: "Marshmallow" and "Mouse." So as to avoid a sexual preference, both sexes should be content with the name "Co-Marshmallow" or "Co-Mouse." "Co-Marshmallow of Currier House," say, sounds pretty good.

Entries should be sent to an appropriate Dean.

Yours truly,
Harvey Mansfield '53

Harvey C. Mansfield ’53 is the Kenan Professor of Government.

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