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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tue~dev. Ar'ril R.19OIg


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Students protest recruiting
by police on MSL campus




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EAST LANSING (P)--Nearly 100 1 hallway in the building, told the
Michigan State University students students he could not decide un-
3 demonstrating against campus re- der such on-the-spot pressure who
cruiting by the Oakland, Calif., may or may not recruit at the
police department yesterday sur- university.
I rounded and jostled Acting MSU At one point Adams said to the
President Walter Adams. students, "You don't give a tink-
The incident occurred during a er's damn about the blacks here."
brief shoving match as the dem- He said the interviewers would not
onstrators, many of them mem- return to the campus today.
bers of Students for a Democratic "There are no more interviews
Society, tried to wedge their way scheduled," he said. "They've com-
into the office where interviewing pleted the interviews today."
was taking place. Adams, hailed as a liberal and
The students apparently were "one of the most popular teachers
protesting the shooting death a on campus" when named acting
year ago of Bobby Hutton, a mem- president to succeed Dr. John
ber of the Black Panthers group Hannah, reportedly was the first
in Oakland. MSU chief to meet with protest-

were taken after dissidents jam-
med a hall outside the office they
were using previously.
Shingleton opened the door to
let in Adams and-after a brief
shoving match involving protestors
and the officials-the acting pres-
ident and several dissidents made
their way into the room.
The student also got in, finished
his interview in an adjoining of-
fice while Adams talked with pro-
testors, and left.
Adams personally escorted a
second interviewee through the
crowded hall into the office, stop-
ping to show protestors that the
student was a prospective civil
engineer, not a police recruit.
Some three hours after the con-
frontation b e g a n, plainclothes
campus police and SDS members
escorted the stony-faced, non-
commenting Oakland representa-
tives from the building.
Two members of the student
governing body, the Associated
Students of MSU, immediately
issued a statement praising Adams'
handling of the situation and
condemning dissidents' tactics.
"We believe that the right of
demonstration and dissent is a



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Despite the demonstration, the
Oakland police department com-
pleted its interviews.
Most of those in the demonstra-
tion at MSU's Student Services'
Bldg. were white. Witnesses said
there were shouts of "Oakland
Pigs" and "No more brothers in
jail." A few demonstrators carried
posters signed by SDS.
Adams told the group, which
fluctuated in size from 100 to
around 30 at various times, that
he would make no immediate de-
cision about the university's re-
cruiting policy. That statement,
witnesses said, came during what
was called a nose-to-nose con-
frontation with several' young
Adams, surrounded in a narrow

ing students in 27 years.
"If you think you're going to
abolish the Oakland Police by pre-
venting them from recruiting.
you're much more naive than I
ever expected," he said.
"You may resent my style,"
Adams added. "That's your pri-
"But," he said. pointing to a'
youth waiting to interview, "as
long as I am in charge, this young
man is going to have his oppor-
tunity to talk with them.
"If this is not acceptable I amj


deeply sorry-but that's the way cornerstone of any real democ-
it's going to be." racy," said Harv Dzodin, ASMSU!
The confrontation took place vice chairman, and Chuck Mod-
outside the office of MSU Place- tov, a sophomore member-at-E
ment Director Jack Shingleton, large.
where the Oakland representatives "However, it is a sad state ofJ
____ affairs when those who profess
democracy resort to the totali-
tarian standard of might makes
~i AD, right."

-Associated Press
Storming the Presidio gates
An estimated 10,000 anti-war demonstrators marched Sunday from San Francisco's Civic Center
Plaza to the Army Presidio, scene of a sit-down Army prison protest for which 14 privates went on
trial for mutiny yesterday. The group listened to speakers before the Presidio closed gates.
LSA approves concentration

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Meanwhile, across the campus,
MSU Board Chairman Don Stev-
ens invited the entire academic1

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community to submit nominations i
for a permanent successor to
Hannah. Continued from Page 1) The committee ruled that ROTC should determine future policy on
fIastrnly, ncoand e studen, to call a special session, and in.. be counted within the 12-hour recording of its sessions.
faculty, alumni and the public to stead made Mann's motion order! limit of courses allowed to be~ osrojcewiesm
come forward with names of qual- ofbusiness at its first meeting in taken outside the college; that Tonsor objected, while some
ified individuals," Stevens said. the fall, ROTC credit will no longer be the tapesis like stopping free
Spokesmen already named to Earlier, in the meeting. Prof. computed as part of Atudents' speech
participate in .the "Search and Se- Stephen Tonsor of the history cte- cumulative grade average; and ____sec
lection Committee' represent MSU partment moved that the cur- that credit will not be given for
faculty, Oakland University fac- riculum committee's decisions cn basic military training in the arm-
ulty, MSU undergraduate students, ROTC should be reviewed by the ed services outside the University.
graduate students, black students, faculty before taking effect. How- The committee also recom-
black faculty and alumni. ever, Tonsor was overruled. mended the faculty code be re-
-___-__-vised to allow three voting student
members on the committee. This oo n
I JOINa bsidered by the faculty in the fall.
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recomain will alsoII be1C on-M"rD
executive committee Prof. Philip
Elving of the bhemistry depart-
ment said the committee was con-
sidering'setting up a represent-
tie assembly to make college-
wide decisions. This is still in the
formulative stages and will alsot
come before the faculty in fall.I
At one point in the meeting a
motion was introduced to stop the
tape recorders of WCBN radio
which were taping the meeting.
Dean Hays ruled that in this ;

Continued from Page 1)
requirement in principle, the feel-
ing of the -faculty yesterday was
that the change was too far-
reaching to be decided at one
Prof.. William LeVeque, of the
mathematics department said an
entrance requitement would make
admission harder for students


meeting the recorders were per- from smaller high schools which
missible but that the faculty dQ not offer four or even three

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student populated second ward,
said last night "so much credit
for our victory is due to students."
"They did a phenomenal job,"
he said.
Kazarinoff, the successful candi-
date in the third ward also gave
credit to student votes for his un-
expected victory in the tradition-
ally Republican ward.
Several Democrats said t h e i r
success was due at least in part
to the Democratic registration
drive earlier in the year.
Asked about his victory, may-
oral candidate Harris requested
that he be not required to make a
statement until today. His cam-
paign manager, Michael Berla,
said only that "It sure beats los-
Balzhiser could not be reached
for comment last night.

3 years of language instruction.
Prof. Carl Cohen of the philoso-
phy department said ran entrance
requirement would have "a mark-
ed adverse effect on languages not
taught in high school such as the
Germanic laniguages."
The faculty also defeated a pro-
posal from Prof. James O'Neill,
chairman of the romance lan-
guages department, recommending
a language proficiency of only
three semesters and granting
eight hours credit for students
placed in a third or fourth se-
mester language course.
Prof. Frank X. Braun of the
German department said that
this means the college is "quite
openly giving credit for high
school courses. What stops high
schools from wanting credit for
their geography or other courses?"
Braun asked.
Prof. John Milholland of the
psychology department said grad-
uate schools would look with dis-
favor on giving credit for high
school courses.
Later Prof. Ronald Tikovsky,
chairman of the general studies
committee which formulated the
degree proposal, said a student
could take as many 300 level and
above courses as he wanted in a
department but that only 20 credit
hours would count toward the

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