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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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killed at Southern U

LEGAL ACTION POSSIBLE
Landlady, tenants fight over house

(Continued from Page 1)
Students had demanded the res-
ignation of Dr. G. Leon Netterville,
president of the Southern Univer-
sity system, which also includes
campuses at New Orleans and
Shreveport.
At about 10:30 a.m., state and
local police, along with deputies
from the East Baton Rouge Parish
(county) Sheriff's office, ordered
the students to come out and or-
dered those in front of the building
to leave the area. About two-thirds
of the students, both those inside
and out, left.
Police,advancing in two col-
umns, then moved toward the
building. As they did so, Coppola
said, a teargas cannister was
thrown at the police. He said the
teargas apparently had been seized
from a campus security officers
when the students took over the
building.
Police in turn fired teargas at
the students. In the ensuing melee,
the two black students were killed.
"There would have been no vio-
lence had not the students fired or
thrown the first tear gas," Ed-
wards told a news conference yes-
terday after the bedlam, noting he
had seen film of the incident show-

ing a cannister hurled toward of-
ficers as they approached the oc-
cupied building.
He said he would make no more
efforts to solve student problems
"if they do not have enough con-
fidence in me to go back to classes
peacefully and can give me time
to solve their problems."
The 9,000-student Baton Rouge
campus and the 2,900-student New
Orleans campus of the university-
the nation's largest predominantly
black university-have been em-
broiled in boycotts since mid-
October when they began pressing
their demands for more student'
control of administrative affairs.
Students at the New Orleans
campus occupied the administra-
tion building there over the past
week to back their demands that
the president of the branch, Dr.
Emmett Bashful, be removed. The
seizure ended when Bashful agreed'
to step down.
Edwards yesterday asked the;
state board of education not to
accept Bashful's resignation. The
request was made, the governor's;
office said, about the time the
students had occupied the admin-
istration building here.

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A few minutes later the police
came, saying they were respond-
ing to a call for breaking and en-
tering. The tenants told them their
story and showed them the lease.
The police took no action.

Hanlon says that after viewing
the Greenwood apartment in a
state of disrepair, Epstein had
"reservations" about allowing the
tenants to move into Prospect. He
claims Epstein offered to pay
them damages, and has the right
to breach the Prospect lease.
The landlady's lawyers say that

the tenants "took the law into their
own hands" when they moved into
the house without authorization,
and described the action as illegal
entry, a felony. They say that if
Epstein finally decides she does
not want the tenants living in Pros-
pect, the case will have to be de-
cided by the courts.

At present,
changed little.
have control of
lease, and are
payments.

the situation has
The tenants still
the house and the
caught up in rent

Friday, November 17; 1972
The Organization of Arab Students invites you to hear
Attorney EXPeenJabbara
EXPLORE
"ARE THERE
PENTAGON PAPERS.
IN THE MIDDLE EAST?"
Date: FRIDAY, Nov. 17
TIME: EVENING at 8 P.M.
PLACE: UGLI, Multipurpose Rm., 3rd FIr.
The School of Music presents two one-act operas
Puccini's SISTER ANGELICA
Ibert's ANGELIQUE
Sung in English

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Eyewitness account

Goldstein charges that Epstein
is guilty of misrepresentation in
that she did not own the house
when she rented it. He left open
the possibility of his client's suing
her over the delay in occupancy
and the "inadequate" temporary
housing.
Hanlon and Bolakis' give a slight-
ly different version of the story.
They say Epstein believed that
only Mary and Ed Penet and their
children would be living in the{
Prospect house, and that the small
Greenwood apartment was ade-
quate for the four of them. They
charge the tenants with misrepre-
sentation.
Goldstein says that though Ed
Penet's name is the only one
which appears on the lease, Ep-
stein had actual, if not legal
knowledge that a total of eight per-
sons would be living there.
Epstein's lawyer alleges that the
tenants knew Epstein did not yetj
own the house when they rented itG

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age point and move back 20 or 30
yards.
For the next five or 10 minutes
there was a seemingly endless
hubbub of shouted taunts, yells,
booms of tear gas grenade launch-
ers, police radio crackle, and scat-
tered shots which sounded like the
crack of a .22-caliber pistol or rifle.
The students left the steps and
fluidly regrouped behind the cor-
don of officers. I moved to return
to my first vantage point nearer to
the administration building, and
someone shouted that two students
were down in front of the building.
When I got near the building, two

young blacks lay there in pools of
blood. One young man had been
covered withyaublanket. He did not
appear to be breathing.
The other was breathing, but he
bled from his mouth and head.
I learned later that he, too, had
died.
Repeated doses of tear gas dis-
persed the crowd that had swelled
behind the cordon of officers and
drove those inside the building out
into the open, where most of them
mingled with other fleeing blacks
and dispersed.
The whole thing took slightly
more than one-half hour.

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Regents' Meeting: Regents' Admin. volunteers to work in the areas of
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Multipurpose Rm., 3:30 pm.
Zoology Lecture: M. Slatkin, Univ. of ATTENTION STUDENTS: NOV. 24 is
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Hockey: Michigan vs. Michigan Tech,i g
Coliseum, 8 pm. ants of three horses brought from
International Folk Dance: Barbour England toward the end of the 1 h
Gym, 8 pm.
School of Music: Opera, Puccini's century and the beginning of the'
"Sister Angelica;" Ibert's "Angelique,"
Josef Blatt, conductor Ralph Herbert, 18th century.
stage director, Lydia Mendelssohn, 8
pm.
School of Music: B. Bitterman, harp,
SM Recital Hall,8 pm.
University Players: Brecht's "Mother
Courage," Power Center, 8 pm. 1
UAC-Daystar: James Taylor, Orser
Arena, 8 pm.L
Rive Gauche: Arab weekend, 14S
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Appointments for the followftg

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