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Page Eight


Thursday, May 7, 1970

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Protests mount across nation
(Continued from Page 1) At Princeton University, the only five of the 170 schools in the
idential commission to investigate faculty voted to allow final ex- state. No demonstrations were re-
the shootings at Kent State. aminations and term papers to be ported in any of South Dakota's
The President also received a cancelled or postponed if teachers 13 colleges.
message from the board of direc- and students in each class ap- Elsewhere around the country
tors of the Association of Amer- proved
ican. Colleges asking him to "take the protests took many forms-.
icmdan C eeraskinghimeto take In New York City. Hunter Col- At Wayne State University in
Immediate steps to reverse the lege President Jaqueline Wexler Detroit, classes were cancelled for
growing alienation between the suspended classes through tomor- the rest of the week after the
White IHouse and the academic row, and in Rhode Island, Pro- business administration building
'community" vidence College closed for a day was set afire. The flames were
Organizers of demonstrations in of "mourning and prayer for extinguished before they inflicted
day said they would would dise- peace." any heavy damage on the building,I
gard the government's refusal to In many schools where the pro- which has been an activity center
permit a mass march to the White tests were not supported by the, for student leaders.
administration, attendance was I sltddk
House. Spokesman for the New amnsrtoatnac a In isolated cases, students took
Mobilization Committee to End kept down by student strikes. over campus buildings. Seton Hall
the War in Vietnam predicted that There were many campuses, University in South Orange, N.J.,
30,000 demonstrators would parti- however, which did not experience remained closed as about 30 stu-
cipate in the march. protests. The University of Ar- dents continued a sit-in at the
In Illinois, Gov. Richard Ogilvie kansas was the only one of that administration building.
alerted National Guard units at state's 15 colleges and universities I There were scattered reports of
armories throughout the state as which reported a demonstration. violence. At the University of
protests swept Ilinois campuses. In Texas, protests occurred at Wisconsin. National Guardsmen

Students march in protest of
war, racism; strike to go on

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j Continued from Page 1
Krasny said that large groups of
police would not be sent to dem-
onstrations stemming from theI
current campus unrest unless there
was "mass destruction of prop-
"That's the cutoff point," he
said. He added, however, that de-
cisions on sending police to cam-
pswould be discussed fully with
University officials, city officials,
and members of Student Govern-
ment Council before any action
was taken.
At least two Ann Arbor police
officers were on duty all night atI
I North Hall, the ROTC classroom!

SACUA gathered in the Office of
University Relations and Develop-'
ment, in the Administration Bldg.,
during the marches.
In addition, top city officials,
including Mayor Robert Harris,
were on call at City Hall in case
a situation arose which might re-
quire a decision on sending in
No police were called, however,
as both Diag rallies and the fol-
lowing marches were peaceful.
After about an hour of speeches,
rally leaders called for a protestl
march through the campus. Grab-
bing empty garbage cans to beat
on, some 200 demonstrators wound'
through the Angell-Mason com-
plex chanting and drumming.
Very few classes were in session
and only one classroom was en-

Leaflets calling for a 5 p.m.
rally were also distributed.
Leaders of the evening rally
stressed a "disciplined" march and
urged the demonstrators to "band
together for self-protection." Pre-
cautionary measures included the
dispersal of 30 student marshalls
along the march route, first aid
facilities and legal counseling
"All right ... let's move out," a
rally leader called, and the crowd
of 800 filed out of the Diag behind
two National Liberation Front
flags and a black mourning flag.
Linking arms and chanting, the
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Campus riotbill nears

marched to the campus again yes- and office building. Officers there
terday and used tear gas to break said they were "not at liberty" to
up a crowd of 2,000 students who confirm or deny reports that some
were blocking traffic on campus 25 officers had been stationed in-
area streets. side in the early evening in case


aemonstratorswn.o at imes Ill- Register now for co-ed courses in
ed the width of the street and golf, tennis, swimming. lif e saving,
stretched two full blocks. marched modern dance and ballet at Barbour'
around campus and community Gym. ofc. 15, by Tues., May 12
areas. Only two unhelmeted po- .
lirma Nov nc0"xa1 naPrth cemen '? 7t r 1 1~

G~riat Chr istian Fe~clowship meet-
tag aur a May11, 7:30 p.m., ;3951
Waidenwood ui ve. Ann Arbor. Meet in
front of rtackham at 7:15 p.m. for rides.
Spcaker:Dr.Gcrlordn Van Wylen, "A
Christiain Perspectlive on Campus Un-i
irest ."
l'ree You Steering Committee Meeting
cn Stindax . Max' Ill t 8:1t0 n.m - in te

of an assault on the building. erU. iaacemen were oserved near the e 1 e (, Itu Itl. kIVU I
The University of California at acilitate communication A few students went to the edu- macheis. Gen
fin al VOl e in L an si n Berkeley was the scene of sporadic beTweenfnetithreegouin caoe caio an ses schoolsd to Thersmarch ended 0 minutes nis. ion
violence and 45 people were ar- bewe:h he rusi aecto n usns col o Temrhedd5 iue 200 s A.I1.
of a possible confrontation situa- "educate the students in classes" later back at the Diag where the
essn th e d.r There aan ttempt b tn tion yesterday, representatives of and the remaining protesters join- crowd dispsersed until the 8 p.m. come browse:
Acting in the aftermath of campus unrest around the burn the naval ROTC building cGothndinsraineadedtepiktliewtie-lnnneeeig
SGC the administration. and ed the picket lines strike-planning meeting. Manufacturers Nat. Bank Detro
nation, the state Legislature is putting finishing touches on there.
a bill to fine or imprison persons who disrupt college cam- - _- -- -^-
puses. Parson.
The House voted 82-1 yesterday for a revised bill, spon-12 s STA TE s
sored by Rep. Quincy Hoffman, (R-Applegate), that pre-.
who violates college rules or refuses to leave when ordered of M. rayromi '
oft campus if the danger of damage or injury is present. cashed here
A $200-$1,000 fine and jail sen-
tence of as much as 90 days, i
couldbe given anyone convicted
"o of intentionally constituting "a
clear and substantial risk of phys-
ical harm or injury to other per- Last Thursday, Aprl 30, Robert
sons or of damage to or destruction Parsons was convicted of assault
fi h sof the property of the institu- and battely on engineering Prof.O EN T
tion . . ." IJohn Young in connection with
Opponents of the bill said the the demonstration against General
ren t tale"reality of the situation" and Electric recruiters last February. N!!!GNA M EG
"overly zealous concern" would The juy tial as held in the
only "aggravate a tense situation.''" ej t c uhlu eh i
(Continued from Page 1) Also on the floor of the senate J.Elden
Michigan could have all sorts of yesterday, remarks were made
ill effects. including estrangement about the Cambodian situation In addition to Young, the prose-
of the legislature." and the killings at Kent State. cution witneses included Chris- COUPON
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In the past, there has been a would set up a standing reward by eontrators u thgiedrwayBdg
rough balance between the num- the state of $10,000 for infoma- of the West Engineering Bldg. G LEESP
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spring, upsetting the previous bal- tive demonstrations. The three defense witnesses,
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