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Anti-Oath Bill Committee Convenes in Brooks House

Members Intend to Enlist Faculty Aid in Fight for Repeal

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Convening for the second time yesterday, the committee of a hundred undergraduates who pledged themselves to fight for the repeal of the Teachers Oath Bill met in Phillips Brooks House to determine a course of action. Fourteen of the men who had volunteered their services appeared at the meeting.

The executive members of the committee, D. Boone Schirmer '37, Bruce Bliven, Jr. '37, Arthur A. Ballantine, Jr. '36, Henry V. Poor '36, and Thomas H. Quinn '36, plan to seek the cooperation of the Faculty. It also plans to encourage the organization of similar committees in other Massachusetts institutions of learning.

Among the Faculty members to be approached are Max Lerner, instructor in Government; Kirtley F. Mather, Professor of Geology; Robert K. Lamb '28; Alan R. Sweezy '29; and John Raymond Walsh '31, all instructors in Economics and all residents of Leverett House.

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