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Representatives of nine University organizations agreed Saturday on a tentative draft of a letter to President Conant objecting to the administration of the Navy's loyalty oath to NROTC students at Harvard.
Included in the agreement are the American Veterans Committee chapter, the Liberal Union, the Young Republican Club, the Graduate Student Council, the Lawyers' Guild, the Young Progressives, the John Reed Society, the Teachers Union, and the new chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The agreement came out of a five hour meeting in the American Veterans Committee offices at Phillips Brooks House. The draft of the letter must first be approved by the membership of each of the organizations.
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