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The College administration would dismiss any Communist on its teaching staff and would report him immediately to the attorney general, Frank W. Crocker, counsel for the University stated at a State House hearing last week.
Crocker made this statement in answer to a question from John P. Lynch, representative from Springfield at the Committee on Education's April 2 hearing on a bill to "instruct the presidents of the colleges and schools in the Commonwealth to expel communists or communist sympathizers from their teaching staffs."
If this bill is passed any college not complying with the law would lose its charter. Mark D. Howe '28, professor of Law, also spoke at the hearing, calling the bill "unworkable" and "dangerous."
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