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Senate Committee on University of Texas, Investigative - 35th R.S. (1917)

Committee Members
Paul Dewitt Page, Chair
George William Dayton
John Morgan Henderson
• To make a full, complete and fair investigation of all matters concerning the University in any of its branches, touching the character or standing of its teachers or employees.*
• To investigate the conduct and methods of the Board of Regents and the attitude of each of the men recommended for appointment and selection by the Senate toward the management of internal workings of the University, and with any regard to whether or not said nominees have already been seen, or have anywise committed themselves to or for the retention or dismissal of any member of the faculty, or have any prejudgment of any question settled by former Board of Regents, and if such nominees would attempt to dismiss any member of the faculty upon a charge previously investigated.*
• To hold its meetings open to the public and that any and all persons interested be invited to attend and give evidence or make any statement that would shed light upon these matters.*

Pursuant to S.R. 66.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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