Censure Urged

Having falled to pass a resolution prohibiting Student Council officers from holding positions of leadership or spokesmanship in partisan organizations, a group of Council members and students will ask for a censure of President Howard J. Phillips '62 at the next meeting Monday night.

The group charges Phillips with "allowing the prestige of his office to be used in support of causes."

At the same time they will ask the Council to "reaffirm its role as a non-ideological organization" and its officers to "avoid the association of their personal political views with their prestige or positions as officers of the Harvard Student Council."

Petitions asking for a College-wide referendum on the resolution that was defeated last Monday night are still being circulated.