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PRESIDENT STATES HARVARD WILL PROBABLY UPHOLD OATH

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Upon his return from a short trip to Washington and the University of Virginia yesterday, President Conant issued the following statement relative to the Teachers Oath Bill.

President's Statement

"The act appears to make it mandatory for the institutions concerned not to permit any citizen to teach who fails to carry out the provisions of this act, and Harvard University has so assumed since the act was passed. It is out of the question for Harvard University as an institution to consider not obeying the law."

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