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Five of the six Tech students arrested in the Memorial Day riot at their plant have been placed on strict probationary, ejected from the Tech dormitories, and deprived of the privileges of scholarships and loans, it was revealed yesterday.

In an effort to warn the students of the consequences of being present at or participating in demonstrations, and to put a stop to the hurling of objects from dormitory windows, the Technology Dormitory Board, of which Prof. Leicester F. Hamilton is chairman, has placed notices in the student mall boxes of all with dormitory rooms.

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