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~i'~O?~ C :2 THE COii.~Irl~TiCE O', HIM .-iTCOLOGY AS R:~ ATONED 'O PALLOR iTOLO(~.Y Il\ITROL.'JUCTIO '' . During the past year Me Cornr~=ttee's activities Lure been greatly restricted due to the fact that most of its members are either securing i the armed forces or are de-~ol;ing part or al] of their tune to mar -uncork. L'a: 1 y in July 1942 the Chairman -divas transferred Broil ~;.rashIn;=Gon t 0 Rolled ;.-issouri, and no regular meetings of the :Lour l`~`rashin~ton netters liege helci. Me Chairman has atter^=t.ed to keen the prod a];:ra through correspondence and con~erer~ces -with other Committee membe.