Letters: Nov. 12, 1928

Concerning Faunce

Sirs:

In your issue of Oct. 22 appears an article entitled "Faunce Out." This contains a farrago of insinuations and trivialities, many of them untrue. For example, Dr. Faunce appreciates a good cigar and keeps a box of one of the best brands always ready to enjoy with his friends. The appointment of Percy Marks was terminated before the publication of The Plastic Age. Neither Chinese nor Negroes are numerous at Brown, although her gates are open to both, and should be so in a land of equal opportunity. Far from being...