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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday. February 14, 1969

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Widespread campus violence
hits Duke, U ofMassachusetts

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left with no choice but to enforce'
university regulations."
The demonstrators had been
told during the day that they were
in violation of university picketing{
codes.

the Third World Liberation Front
and other students in support of
their demands for a college of
ethnic studies, recruitment of ore
ethnic studies, recruitment of
more non-white university e m -
ploys, and admission of more non-
white students.

ing of City College for 42'2 hours
yesterday, pressing for such de-
mands as a separate school of
Negro and Puerto Rican studies.
Late in the afternoon, the
demonstrators marched silently
from a side exit of the building

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Of the 34 arrested last night, and dispersed. They refused to
32 were students. One was the The police also arrested about talk to newsmen.
campus minister and another was $ 20 persons marching in a picket A security guard said three
an alumnus who was on campus line set up by the American Fed- doors had been kicked in inside
serving as chairman of the Martin eration of Teachers. the building, a small pile of refuse
Luther King Social Action Council. In New York, 100 students oc- dumped on the first floor and
Following the arrests about 150 cupied the administration build- burned.
students cheered the protesters I
and shouted at the police. A sym-
pathy demonstration is planned
for this t morning.
The protest, arranged by the
Committee to End Military-Indus-
trial Recruiting, was largely staff~ G OM A IZ E !
ed by Stdet rfor a Democratic
Society members. About 75 stu-
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resting them. s
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'a for more funds initiation of

(Oontinued from page 1) whole, and not the result of influ-
sufficient to provide them w i t h ential faculty members.
new and modern facilities. Zollar said that possible loss of
Fleming asserted that the Un-faculty members is counter-bal-
versity has "never had any money anced bythe University's ability
for improvements in past bud- to attract faculty members from
gets."oteunvries
Zollar claimed federal funds other universities.
granted to the University are in He said, "I'm sure there is no
recognition of the University as a one in the Legislature who wants
to do permanent damage to the
---- - -- University."
When asked if student unrest
throughout the state will have
any effect on the universities'
Sbe udget requests, Zollar replied
ghat student disruption "is an in-
ternal problem for each of the
0 universities to solve in its auto-
nomy."
Many senators felt, however,

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that large state appropriations to
universities were becoming in-
creasingly difficult to defend to
taxpayers in view of' the current
destructivenstudent disturbances.
Zollar said the Senate commit-
tee faces the same problem as the
University since both are going to
have to use their ingenuity to
make ends meet in view of the
coming tight fiscal year.
The committee's budget recom-
mendation will be introduced in
I the Senate by early May.

rent strike
(Continued from page 1)
--elimination of advance pay-
ment of the last month's rent:
-immediate handling of com-
plaints.
At a meeting Tuesday the or-
ganizers of the strike accepted a
proposal for a permanent struc-
ture for the Tenants' Union. The
basic unit of the Union will be
houses of 10-20 members. Each of
these units will elect a represent-
ative to an assembly known as the
Council of Representatives. This,
council will divide into groups
each representing tenants renting
from particular landlords.
These groups will then e a c h
elect a member to an administra-
tive steering committee. T h i s
steering committee will replaceI
the rent strike steering commit-
tee.
Negotiations will be carried out
by a committee composed of*
members of the Representatives'
Council at large, appointed by the:
steering committee and tenants,
of the realty company in the ne-
gotiation.
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