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The Committee on Admissions and Scholarships met yesterday but did not decide whether to reduce the stipends of the 13 Paine Hall demonstrators who were put on probation.
Under guidelines adopted last May by the Committee on Admissions and Scholarships, a student on probation may have his stipend reduced by up to $500 and replaced by a loan for the amount of the reduction.
Last year the Faculty voted against penalizing Dow Chemical demonstrators who were receiving financial aid.
Chase N. Peterson '52, dean of Admissions and Financial Aids, said the Committee will reach a decision before the next Faculty meeting March 4. He explained that it was his Committee's "delegation or responsibility" to reach a decision.
Peterson added that he will schedule the next meeting of the Committee within one or two weeks.
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