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YOUNG CONSERVATIVES HEAD MAY QUIT IN INTERNAL RIFT

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Hinting that he might resign his office, Michael P. Grace '40, president of the Young Conservatives, last night denied that Merwin K. Hart Jr. '40, a member of the executive council of this group, was "in any way empowered" to make statements which were printed in a Boston newspaper yesterday on the Teachers' Oath law.

Hart threatened to campagin against the Young Communist League for alleged interference when the Young Conservatives were being organized, and opposed repeal of the oath law. He declared that professors should have no more objection to taking an oath of loyalty than Congressmen do.

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