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The Cambridge Union of University Teachers Backs Administration's Program

Endorses Policy of Discussing Conditions With Employees

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At a regular membership meeting yesterday, the Cambridge Union of University Teachers went on record as endorsing the stand of the Administration quoted in the CRIMSON on November 17, 1937:

"It is and will be the policy of the University Administration to discuss with any of its employees, either singly or in groups, or with such representatives as they may choose, working conditions and wages affecting them."

In a release for publication, the Teachers Union stated that "the cooks and waitresses in the University dining halls have formed a union. In line with the policy of the University, the Cambridge Union of University Teachers hopes that the Administration will accede to the desire of the majority of employees of the College dining halls for a closed shop."

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