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THE MICHIGAN D41EY

Thursday, January 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN Dt~lLY Thursdoy, January 9, 19~9

The most complete
supply of
NEW and USED TEXTS
and PAPERBACKS
is at the
Student BOokservie
COME TO
Student Book Service
and visit
MICHELLE
PIERRE PULLING
JOHN GLOSTER

isorerscogieusatCalifonaclleges, Bra ndeis

building,,(iigsvea olg
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
laboratories.
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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r 3 1421 Hill St.
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Back from
Boston to sing
f contemporary
and
h original music

ONE OF THlE MARCHERS in an American Federation of Teachers picket line at San Francisco
State College was apparently unsuccessful in an Attempt to talk to one of "San Francisco's Finest.'
The college continues to be torn by the racial and ideological strife that has kept the campus in

chaos for months now.

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and visit
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