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Top members of the Berkeley fac- ulty who have opposed the oath as a matter of principle reacted vari- ously.
Some threatened to resign or allow themselves to be fired, some suggested legal action to contest the order, others planned protest meetings.
The regents' final decision ended nearly a year of argument over the controversial oath which was set up last spring.
In November, the faculty sent a four-man committee to negotiate with the regents but la^t nights decision showed the regents had not been swayed.
11,000 INVOLVED The decision affects 11,000 em- ployes on eight campuses of the world's largest university.
Of these 4000 are teaching employees and 1100 are professors or assistants of high academic standing.
The regents said that during the past year 86': per cent of the em- ployees have signed the oath.
The holdouts, according to campus rumor, are top-bracket professors! j A statement from the four-man faculty committee declared profound regrets and added that a letter from 42 deans and department heads at Berkeley and University of Califor- nia at Ij Os Angeles had been sent to the regents warning of "serious con- sequences to the university if out- standing men with tenure and of unquestioned loyalty were dismissed for no other reason than failure to sign such an oath." RESIGNATIONS RUMORED There have been rumors of whole- bo sale resignations in the top teach- wi ing brackets if the oath were en- tc *"—».^ r.
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