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Student Activities at A. and M. College, Investigation, Special - 50th R.S. (1947)

Committee Members
Fred R. Harris, Chair
Claud Henry Gilmer, Vice Chair
Searcy Bracewell
Jack Cox
Dorsey B. Hardeman
Edward Preston Hughes
George Clarence Moffett
Ben Ramsey
Cecil Storey
Walter Tynan
• Make a complete and thorough investigation of the present controversy at Texas A&M College and to inquire fully into all matters of disagreement between the student body and the administration, and any violations of law, or of state policy by anyone connected with Texas A&M College, or the students of said college, and the misuse of any authority on the part of anyone on the staff of Texas A&M College, or any misconduct, or resistance to constituted authority on the part of students, and to inquire fully into all allegations made against the administration of the college, touching any of its administrative officers, staff or faculty, by an person.

Appointed by Lieutenant Governor and Speaker 4/1/1947, pursuant to SCR 21.

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