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Building its hopes on the interest in University problems and policies revived by recent Harvard happenings, the Yard Questions Committee of the Student Union will attempt to reorganize tonight.
Martin J. Pollak '38 has called a meeting of the Union branch, defunct since the middle of last term, in Lowell 0-11 at 10 o'clock.
Started Last Fall
One of the four original departments of the H.S.U., the Yard Questions Committee started out in the fall with a program that included an investigation of the Sociology Department, research into the possibility of a student co-operative eating establishment, and consideration of urging the National Youth Act on the University to help provide for needy students.
Lack of general interest caused its gradual decline and fall. Now the swing of events, according to backers, prompts its reappearance on the scene alongside the CRIMSON and the Student Council as a meter on the undergraduate pulse.
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