University Group Votes to Oust 11 Posts from AVC
CLEVELAND, Nov. 26--Ten Harvard delegates to the American Veterans Committee's national convention here took part in a controversy which ended in the unseating of 11 Wallace-backing New York chapters.
The 11 chapters had been suspended by the AVC's national committee for the last six months for supporting Wallace's opposition to the Marshall Plan.
Eight of the Harvard men voted to uphold the national committee's decision to oust the suspended chapters. These were: Stanley G. Karson '48, Roy Gootenberg '50, Eastman Birkett 3L, Richard W. Lyman 1G, Andrew B. Rice 2G, Reginald H. Zalles 4G, George D. Dysart 3L, and Robert Kuble '50. Leon M. Waks 3L and Charles S. Thomson 2L voted for the seating.