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Protesting against the Oath Bill of Massachusetts, students and Faculty men meet in Emerson D at 8 o'clock. John B. Bowditch '37 will act as chairman while speakers number Kirtley F. Mather, professor of Geology, Arthur N. Holcombe '06, professor of Government, and Edward F. Prichard 2L.
During the day petitions against the bill which will be reviewed by the Legislature next week are to be circulated through the College. At the end of tonight's meeting a telegram of protest goes out to the Committee on Education which will be directing the hearing.
Organizations backing the anti-oath movement include the Massachusetts Progressive Committee, the Student Federation of America, the Harvard Student Union, the American Federation of Labor, and the American Federation of Teachers.
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