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,'Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 29, 1963

~Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursd~y, August 29, 1968

FBI to investigate
assault of newsmen
WASHINGTON (P - The FBI made'Aug. 14Cthat he was "con-
will investigate the beating of fident" the Chicago convention
newsmen by the Chicago police can and will be held without sig-
during civil disturbances in that nificent civil disorders, the Attor-
g ci d ist as in- ney General would not comment.
convention city, it was an-!Clark said at that time he ex-

Demonstrators, police battle
at Democratic headquarters

I

HUMPHREY VICTORY:

Democrats reject peace plank
written by dissenting forces

I (Continued from Page 1) While the melee continued, all

nounced yesterday.
Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark or-,
dered the federal inquiry after
reports were received that since
Sunday 24 newsmen in Chicago
for the Democratic National Con-.
vention were subjected to unpro-
voked attacks by local police of-
Asked to reassess a forecast he
RControversy
ovr blaws
continues
(Continued from Page 1) I
was made by the Regents at their
July meeting.
At the saire time the Regents
named Prof. Barbara Newell,'
formerly Fleming's personal as-
sistant, interim Vice President for
Studgnt Affairs while a joint
student-faculty committee search-
es for a permanent successor to
out-going Vice President Richard
Qutler..
1966 CRISISI
The controversy during the,
summer over the Regents' bylaws
and and interim rules ultimately
stems from the "student power"
struggle of November 1966 and
he Hatcher Commission which
spent 'more than a year studying
the issues raised by that con-
frontation,. .
Last March the commission is-.
sued its report. The recommenda-
tions which it made have been the
subject of a continuing contro-
versy., The. commission's sugges-
tions were admittedly vague about
implementing the recommenda-
tions.
The implementation of the re-
port has been as drawn-out as the*
formulation of the report itself.
The Regents have been growing
impatient about the lack of con-
duct rules. and, enforcenment ma-
'chinery.

pected disturbances of a minor
nature,"' but nothing more. He
also described the Chicago police
department as "one of the great
police departments in the United
States" and its chief, Supt. James
B. Conlisk, as "one of the great
chiefs of police of the United
States."
It is expected the FBI probe will
be all -encompassing - extended
to state police, members of the
Secret Service, FBI men them-
selves and other security forces
inside and outside convention
hall.
The Secret Service, responsible
for the safety of the candidates
and described by Clark as the
"lead agency" for over-all se-
curity at the convention, was
known to be conferring with Chi-
cago police officials.
A Secret Service official point-
ed out yesterday, however, that
crowd handlers-sergeant-at-arms
and the like-in convention hall,
were not under. the federal
agency's direct supervision. Indi-
vidual activities by local police
also are taken independent of the
Secret Service.
Rout protesters
In Mexico City
MEXICO CITY (A') - Shooting
broke out in the heart of Mexico
City yesterday after police and
federal troops chased student dis-
sidents from the square in front of
the presidential palace.
There were unconfirmed reports
of injuries.. Ambulances wailed
through the city. Teargas gren-
ades exploded near the square.
Just before the shooting, an es-
timated 50,0p0 persons gathered to
watch the removal of a flag rais-
ed byademonstrators in front of
the palace.
About 1,500 students had been
sitting in front of the main door
of the palace, where President
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz has his office,
demanding removal of three police
officials and re-establishment of
university autonomy, among other
things.

Broadcasting Co. shouted: "Look
at those cops; look at those god-,
damn bastard cops."
One policemen was overheard
telling another that all the police
had to do, to the demonstrators
was "delouse them, give them a
bath and beat the shit out of all
off them."
National Guardsmen in great
number arrived to assist the po-
lice. Some of the guard jeeps were
draped with barbed wire, appar-
ently designed to push crowds
back forcefully. They were not
used.

reporters on the scene were herd-
ed into the Hilton where they
could not see what was going on
in the street. Unidentified secur-
ity guards inside the hotel kept
reporters, guests and hangers-on
away from the windows! and pre-
vented them from opening cur-
tains. One of the guards said
police had told him that if people
began congregating at the win-
dows, they would be shot.
After about a half-hour in front
of the Hilton, the demonstrators
began to disperse.
Although harassment of news-

men by police seemed
lessened yesterday, sev
men apparently were
the Hilton. Tom Thom
bureau chief for Time
"I was standing in
with about 10 newsm
down some notes. Psst
with Mace. Through
riots, I never got a scra
Daily news editor P
hue was hit several ti
lice nightsticks as sh
front of the Hilton.
After the demonstra
ing was left but the li
hundreds of them, wer
about Michigan Aven-
glas from hotel window.
water glasses thrown
Sfrom people in the hot
tered about.
About 30 minutes
melee ended, a crew fro
cago Sanitary District
to sweep the street.
During the meleet
mass arrests. Chicago p
not give the number
arrested.
Richard D
the old po
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veral news-
injured at
pson, Paris'
-Life, said:
the street'
en writing
I was hit
the Paris
tch."
at O'Dono-
mes by po-
e stood in
tion, noth-
tter. Shoes,
e scattered
ue. Broken
s and from
at police
el was scat-
after the
m the Chi-
moved in
there were
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of people

CHICAGO (AP)-By the decisive
margin of 1,567% votes to 1,0414,
the Democratic National Conven-
tion rejected yesterday a uni-
lateral de-escalation in Vietnam
and approved a 1968 platform
promising "an honorable and last-
ing" negotiated peace.
The delegates' verdict, greeted
with a roar of applause and howls
of disapproval, was a significant
victory for Vice President Hubert
H. Humphrey. He had asked that
his negotiating options be left
open in event he is elected Presi-
dent.
But it was a crushing defeat for
his challengers for the Democratic
presidential . nomination, Sens.
Eugene J. McCarthy and George
S. McGovern. Both had endorsed
the minority de-escalation plank.
The delegates' verdict came af-
ter a stormy two-hour debate, de-
ferred to a special afternoon ses-

sion after dog-tired delegates The dissenting report would
forced postponement after 1 a.m. have committed the Democrats *
of the seven-hour Tuesday session. addition to an unconditional halt
The platform on which the in the bombing of North Vietnam,
Democrats will stake their claim to mutual withdrawal of all U.S.
to another four years in the White and North Vietnamese forces;
House also pledges a vigorous as- "encouragement" of the South
sault on crime in the streets-and Vietnamese government to "nego-
the slum conditions that breed it. tiate a political reconciliation with
"We must not and will not tole- the National Liberation Front4;
rate violence," the platform de- political arm of the Viet Cong;
clares. and to reduce American search-
But the convention's crucial and-destroy operations in, South
division was over peace in Viet- Vietnam.
nam, and it gave solid backing to Humphrey rejected the coalition
Platform Chairman Hale Boggs government plan and insisted that
of Louisiana and the majority of Hanoi must- show some sign of
his 110-member policy-making good faith before bombing coul#
committee. be halted.
The defeated plank, written by
a minority of some 30 members, The Vietnam plan finally ap-
kept the committee in turmoil proved declares that Democrats
for ten solid days of hearings, de- "reject as unacceptable a unilat-
bate, closed-door drafting and eral withdrawal of our forces,"
backstage maneuvering, applauds the Paris peace talks.

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madness. With gradual steps he leads us down
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