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IGNORANCE CHARGES HURLED AT CONANT IN OATH DISPUTE

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It took ex-Representative Dorgan three hours to spit out his wrath against all objectors to the Teachers' Oath Law in general, and against Harvard professors and President Conant in particular, at the State House hearing yesterday. According to Dorgan's census there are 105 communists at college here, well above the Princeton low of 64 and well below the Brooklyn high of 513.

Dorgan described the student of today as entering college believing in God, and leaving "talking about monkeys." He declared that the trouble with the law was "the professors" superiority complex because an Irish boy told them to take it."

State extension service instructor Henry Sullivan joined Dorgan in attacking President Conant. Spat Sullivan, Conant is "invincibly ignorant" and "lacks the ability to give any one academic freedom."

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