THE MICHIGAN D41EY
Thursday, January 9, 1969
THE MICHIGAN Dt~lLY Thursdoy, January 9, 19~9
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isorerscogieusatCalifonaclleges, Bra ndeis
officios als as hstages.Thecdeoyn-I
supp);"ort of dema nds by the Bl1ack
Stud enrts U Tnion-, whirh contends
the 16,0 00-student college adheres
to racist policies.
red brick buldCing ho 7using rthe
scolswitchboar:+!d, faculty of-
fes and an auditorium. They al-
cso barred entrance to an adjacent
building lhous ing a tcompter and
Abram said hie did not wanst to
call police onto the campus, but
jAt Brandeis Univerity anut- pointed out it is "a fact that we
mated 70 black students, dema<nd- do not have sufficient force at the
ing more say in school affair, university to vacate the build-
.seized Ford Hail and paralyzedin.
communications. "The university is a very fragile
Their actionswit and unex- institution." he said. "It cannot
pected. bruh condemnation function in an atmosphere of
from the facuty President Mor-"violence."
ris B. Abram call: ed it an a _ffront The faculty, summoned into
to the university commnunity, emergency session, adopted ai re-
-The blacks helid control of the! solution condemning the action,
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