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Tuesday, October 8, 1974 THE MK2: :WAN L~A:LY

Tuesday, October 8, 1974

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Blacks kept out of school as
violence continues in Boston

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BOSTON OP) - Black stu-'
dents were kept out of one pre-
dominantly white high school

conduct or unlawful assembly in diator who has been working
four separate incidents. All but with black and white students
four of those arrested were at Hyde Park High School.

NOW AT
V.I.P. Discount
213 S. STATE
COMPLETE DAIRY
DEPARTMENT

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and police ringed another yes- juveniles. Roslindale, about seven miles
terday as fears of racial vio- MEMBERS OF the Tactical southwest of the center of Bos-
lence continued. The city en- Patrol Force surrounded the ton, is mostly white, although
tered its fourth full week of high school, and about 50 par- there was a small number of
court-ordered busing. ents removed their children: black students in the school be-
At Roslindale High School, from neighboring Washington fore this year.
school officials described the Irving middle school.
situation as "very threatening" Inside Roslindale High, about M E A N W H I L E, about
after about 500 persons threw 200 blacks and 45 whites met , 350 blacks assigned to South
books - and surrounded buses with William Lawrence, a black Boston High and its two an-
carrying black children. Police assistant to Leary, and with nexes were bused instead to the
arrested 18 whites for disorderly William Lincoln, a white me- U n i v e r s 1 t y of Massa-
chusetts campus in another
part of the city, where they
spent the day talking with black
Expet svl es Tra leaders about the school situa-
tion. South Boston has been one
of the centers of white opposi-
-s -s t -a* -N tV '1 -t c7t'ltion to busing.

8 oz. YOGURT

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in idt rguse
WASHINGTON UP) - All the been dramatic increase in thej
indicators of hard drug abuse illegal use of dangerous drugs
are up again for the last six in the last three months, with
months after a steady downturn heroin deaths up 100 per cent in
since 1971, Dr. Robert DuPont, some cities.
director of the National Insti-
tute on Drug Abuse told Con- THE HEARINGS will survey
gress yesterday. reports that heroin addicts now
"So we have a genuinely number between 600,000 to 800,-
new situation and a worrisome 000, compared to less than half
one," DuPont said. "We can no that figure a year ago.
longer talk about turning the Deaths from drugs are up 1003
corner on heroin." per cent in Chicago, for in-
One of the recent phenomenon stance, Rogers said, and are ap-
is the "unexpected increase in parently showing sharp in-
heroin addiction in smaller cit- creases in the Midwest general-
ies like Macon, Ga.; Des ly and in the smaller cities.
Moines, Iowa or Jackson, Miss., With the breakdown of an'
he said. agreement between the United
States and Turkey and the re-
"THIS HAS LED us to specu- sumntion of heroin planting and
late that drug use radiates out harvesting in Turkey, Rogers
from the major population cen- said, "I have a great forebod-
ters and can be expected to h ing that we are again entering
the smaller cities and eventual- another era of hard drug use
ly the rural areas after a rea- in this nation which may well
sonably predictable time lag," surnass the nightmares of the
Dupont said. early 1970."
DuPont testified before a
House subcommittee on health HE SAID MEXICO had suc-
and environment. ceeded Turkey as the main
The chairman, Rep. Paul Rog- supplier of heroin and "Mexi-
ers (D-Fla.) said there has can brown heroin now floods
this nation and we see small
THE MICHIGAN DAILY and medium towns involved
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A school department spokes-
person said the one-day trans-!
fer of black students from South
Boston came at the request of While out for a stroll this cat t
Thomas Atkins, regional direc- patch. As everyone knows, th
tor of the National Association the most Sincere Pumpkin F
for the Advancement of Colored
People.
About 500 antibusing demon- DAILY OFFICI
strators in South Boston dis-
persed peacefully after holding Day calendar
a prayer meeting in a park Tuesday, October s
near the high school, police WUOM: Live coverage, Sen. For.
said. About 170 white students Rels. Com. hearings on Detente &
not. participating in a boycott U.S. Rels. with communist coun-
attended South Boston High and' tries, with scheduled witness,
Zhores A. Medvedev, Russian scien-
the annexes, school officials tist in exile, now working at natl.
said. There are 1,031 whites as- Inst. for Med. Res. In Dondon, 10
signed to the school. am.
Ctr. Chinese Studies: brown bag,
"Chinese Literature in the 20th
THE DAY followed a week Century," Commons Rm., Lane
end of demonstrations and vio- Hall, noon.
lence in South Boston and the Music School: Wind & percussion
closing of the area's schools student recital, Recital Hall, 12:30
d march by anti- Naval Arch., Marine Eng.: Till
busing demonstrators. Turney, "A Comparison of Marine
The school spokesperson said sewage Requirements for the Great
there was "fear of belligerency" Lakes," 311 W. Eng., 3:10 pm.
thrbwsEnglish, Ext. Serv.: Poetry read-
yesterday on the part of both ing, Greg. Orr & Jane Kenyon, Aud.
blacks and whites. He said 3, MLB, 4:10 pm.
School Supt. William Leary Theoretical seminar: Prof. R.
had planned to transfer the Sawyer, Santa Barbara, "Pion Con-
Souto Boston children back to adensation in Neutron Stars," 2038
Sout Botonchilrenbac toRandall Lab, 4:15 pm.
their assigned schools ih mid- Program Amer. Culture: "Depot
morning, but this plan was can- Restoration in Michigan," "Politi-
celled because the situation was cal lobbying for fall congressional
"Just too tense."

AP Photo
,h of the Great Pumpkin
ook it upon itself to find the Great Pumpkin in this pumpkin
e cat is a little e arly since the Great Pumpkin only rises from

Patch on Hollow een.
IAL BULLETIN
elections," E. Lec. Rm., 3rd flr,
Rackham, 7:30-10 pm.
Music School: Woodwind Quintet,
Iblert, Etler, Reicha, Arnold, Pou-
lenc. Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
Astronimical Film Festival: Sky-
lab, An Investigation in Space:Ap-
polio-Soyuz Test Program; slides,
skylab 4, salyut, ASTP, space shut-
tle, Aud. 3, MLB, 8 pm.
General Notices
Att.-Students: The fee for the
Miller Analogies Test for entrance
to grad. sch. will be $10.00 as of
November 1, 1974; anyone wishing
to take advantage of present $8.00
fee, come in this month; test is
administered at Counseling Str., 1007
E. Huron St., AA, at 1:15, 2:15, &
3:15, M-F.
Correction
A talk by Maurice Janowitz, pro-
fessor of sociology at the University
of Chicago on "Social Control and
Human Services," originally sched-
uled for 2 .m. wednesday (Oct. 9)
has been rescheduled for 7 p.m.
Tuesday.rOct. 15, at Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
His address opens the University
of Michigan School of Social Work's
1974-75 Colloquium Series.

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