Mr. Tsai, Ting-kan --2

tion in which so many Western educated Chinese students find them-
selves at home, and I shall certainly have this in mind definitely
in trying ot figure out the lines along which Alfred should pursue
his higher educaiton. He is still very immature and has not de-
veloped that serious purpose and good judgement which will doubtless
come with the passing years and which his sister possesses to an
unsual degree for one of her age. Alfred works only under pres-
sure, while Helen eagerly grasps whatever opportunities for learning
come her way.

Thanking you for your kind expressions of appreciation
of what I have tried to do for your children and [assuring?] you that it
is a real pleasure to render this service to you and to them, believe
me with kindest regards

Very sincerely yours,

[stamped: dictated by Mr. Stearns but signed in his absence.]

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