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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 21, 1969

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 21, 1969

Force

vs.

persuasion:

The

battle

of South

U.

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-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
Harvey tells President Fleming to mind
his own business

-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
SGC President McLaughlin and Mayor Harris
plead successfully with Thursday night crowd

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-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
Sheriff Harvey runs his show

-Daily-Jay Cassidy
Handling confrontation: The law and order way

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The events of the past several days have demonstrated that:
Sheriff Harvey's police force has shown that it overreacts in regard to student protest, and there-
fore should be kept out of the campus area.
The efforts of President Fleming are greatly appreciated by the majority of students.
A majority of students at Tuesday's noon rally on the Diag rejected the demand for the immedi-
ate closing of South University by use of illegal means.
The rally was called by Student Government Council officers to supposedly determine what
course the students wished to take. Three times the question was posed in regard to the closing
of South "U.," three times the question was voted down, yet the leaders of the rally disregarded
the results of their own mechanism--a democratic vote.
"If a majority of students feel a particular way, it is my responsibility to get those feelings implemented."
-Marty McLaughlin
quote from The Michigan Daily, March 27, 1969, page 2

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Mike Farrell '70

Wendy Kress '70 II

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