No further investigation or action will be made by the Middlesex County Grand Jury against members of the University in connection with the alleged illegal registering to vote in Cambridge at the coming elections. This statement was made by District Attorney William J. Corcoran yesterday after the proceedings in the morning. The decision came as a result of the testimony of Professor Felix Frankfurter of the Law School, representing President Lowell, in which he explained the attitude of the University toward the matter.
The case against the CRIMSON has also been dropped for a similar reason. All of the student witnesses have been freed from further testimony. The thirty-one members of the University who registered as voters in Cambridge have been requested to appear before the Cambridge board of registrars this evening to show cause why their names should not be removed from the voting list.
District Attorney Corcoran after a conference with Professor Frankfurter stated that in his opinion the students had been "misled by cheap politicians of Harvard square." These men he intends to prosecute as being responsible for violations of the registration law. No action will be taken by the Grand Jury, however, until after the elections on November 2.