Thursday, October 24, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Police arrest two
in troubled Boston
BOSTON (A' - A teacher's Sept. 12. Yesterday, 330 of the
aide was injured and two stu- 1,094 whites assigned there and
dents arrested yesterday when 164 of the 358 blacks showed up
blacks and whites scuffled in- for classes, the most in several
side South Boston High School, days.
scene of much of the racial tur- ALSO, A BLACK teen-ager
mail since schools pened under was charged in connection with
court-ordered busing. the stabbing of a white pupil
Elsewhere in the city, schools at another high school last
generally were quiet. week. .
The teacher's aide, Robert Police said Renardo Baldwin,
Coyne,. who is white, suffered 18, of the Roxbury section, was
a broken nose and was treated charged with assault and bat.
at Carney hospital. A School tery by means of a dangerous
Department spokesperson s Md weapon. The victim, James
17 South Boston students were Crowley, 16, was stabbed in the
suspended "mostly for scuffling" abdomen.
and that 10 were black, si1x Several other pupils were also
white and one of Ameri::an hurt in that fight at Hyde ParR
Indian descent. One black ,girl High on Oct. 15, and as a resull
was suspended for carrying a of it, Gov. Francis Sargent cal-
knife. led up the National Guard.
THE TWO STUDENTS arrest- YESTERDAY, about 450 ol
ed, one black and one white, the Guardsmen remained in ar-
were charged with assault 2nd mories around Boston. But they
battery, the mayor's office said. have not been used on the
The School Department q a i d streets or in the schools.
there were six fights during the In another incident yesterday,
day, most of them involv'ng metropolitan police removed 2
shoving and a few punches. black student from an annex ol
The school is in a working South Boston High School. Of-
class Irish neighborhood a n d ficials said the youth had beer1
has been the target of a white suspended the day before bul
boycott since classes began on refused to leave.
No taker fo
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Thursday, October 24
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geog., "The Maoist Model," 1st talk
n eries, "The Consequences of No-
Growth Policies," 9:50 am.
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.:
Abigai Young, Medieval, Renais-
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the Equatorie, and other Astrologi-
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Naval Arch., Marine Eng,: R. W.
Englehart, US Maritime Admin.,
"En vironmental Considerations in
teDesign and Operation of Nu-
clear Powered Ships," 311 W. Eng.,
Bioengineering Seminar: Lowell
T. Harmison, aest. sec. to HEW,.
"Technology and Its Relationship
to Medicine," M3330 Med. Sci. I,
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the uscarinic Cholinegic earcep-
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1057 MHRI, 3:45 pm.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Deborah
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Industrial, Operations Eng. Semi-
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"Desig Considerationsfor an 'O
229 W. Eng., 4 pm.
Ctr. Russian, E. European Studies:
Edward Stachura, poetry reading,
guitar accompaniment, E. Conf.
Rm., Rackham, 4:15 pm.
Guild House: Poetry reading, Si-
mone Press, David Tucker, Jo Sa-.
lerno, 802 Monroe, 7:30 pm.
Humanities, Engineering: John
Platt, assoc. dir., MHRI, "New Be-
lief Systems for the World Ahead,"
Rackham, Amph., 8 pm.
terhazy String Quartet, Rackham, I
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PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia AP)
- For nmore than two months
79-year-old President Ludvik
Svoboda has lain in Prague's I
Central Military Hospital, kept
alive, diplomatic sources say,
by an American heart machine.'
The lingering illness is caus-
ing political problems, the sourc-
es say, because nobody wants
his largely ceremonial job.
"Politically it's a damp
squib," said a diplomat. "Who-
ever takes it would end up being
pictured, drinking tea with visit-
ing foreign dignitaries."
OFFICIAL medical bulletins
speak only of respiratory and
circulatory' problems, and the
latest one this month said his
"over-all serious condition re-
quires further hospital treat-
Svoboda is the only Czecho-
slovak leader left from former
Communist party leader Alex-
ander Dubcek's 1968 "Springtime
of Freedom" that was cut short
by Soviet troops and tanks. His
job is mostly ceremonial, al-
though he went to Moscow after
the invasion and talked the Rus-
sians into releasing from cus-
tody the reformist Dubcek.
The president's second five-
year term doesn't end until
March 1978, but his illness is
causing speculation about his
THE FINGER most often
points toward current party boss
Gustav Husak, generally m a r e
Imoderate than most of the hard-
liners in the regime installed by
IMost observers feel that Hu-
sak would retain the party lead-
ership even if he accepted the
job. He would have to remem-
ber, however, that the party
once toppled a former leader
who held both posts on grounds
'that the dual role hindered "ef-
THAT WAS Stalinist dictator
Antonin Novotny, who gave way
sto Dubcek in January 1968.
Two months later Novotny lost
even the presidency.
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"Politics is not my
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To add to alt this my opponent-Kathy Fotik-lied
about her credibility to be a county commissioner and her
backciround of experience. She is unstable and unorpanized
to function as a county commissioner. Kathy disapproved of
St. Joe Hospital's needed expansion of facilities, new
epuipment and services for this community. And one of her
reasons was, it was involved with~ the Catholic church. My
opponent further anqered students by disapprovinq of a
student on the Board of Recients here at U. of M. and at
the Democratic conventiorn even voted aqainst student
activist David Faye for such a post; and he did lose because
of her support of another candidate and non-student, who
was involved in past corrupt practices of student elections
here at U. of M.
Further my opponent-Kathy Foitik-has lost touch
with her district and even with the very students that
elected her, It's as thoucih she comes out from hidinp only
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