Consider 1947 when 500 University of Maryland students invaded our campus seeking a borrowed bronze turtle preceding the Hopkins-Maryland lacrosse game. There were barricades, fists, bed slats, grease, fire hoses, riot squads and shaven heads. One thousand students were up all night defending our very campus. Does this sound like students that don't give a damn?
DONALD T. FRITZ
Glen Burnie, Md.
Our viewpoint may be shortsighted, narrow-minded and parochial, but here at Hopkins we feel that there is a place for education in the American university.
PETER W. KERSKER
Think of it! No football scholarships!
H. C. WARNOCK