Letters: Apr. 7, 1930



... I was . . . considerably surprised when my attention was called to the title page of your magazine of March 24. In other words, I do not understand why the title page of a magazine intended for boys and girls of high school age should be graced by the likeness of Alphonso Capone.

This note is not written in a vindictive spirit at all. It is merely an attempt on my part to express to you the honest conviction of our teachers and myself, that, in this day and generation, the likeness...

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