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Wednesday, May 20, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Page Three

Pao Tre

the
news today
by T he Associated Press and College Press Service

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Po1ice arrest 130 at
MSU after union stay,
(Continued from Page 1) State College in Mississippi last
had asked them to leave, but had Friday.
given no indication that the group Warton refused the request,
was breaking any law or that po- calling it "tokenism." He said hej
lice would be called. was working with black students

COMMUNIST FORCES launched their heaviest attacks in
12 days in South Vietnam yesterday, apparently to commemorate ,
the 80th birthday of Ho Chi Minh.
North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces, who have often cele-
brated communist anniversaries with stepped-up assaults, shelled
more than 60 allied positions, overran a government outpost in the
Mekong delta and attacked a relief force.
New communist assaults were reported in other areas of Indo-
china in an apparent effort by the communist command to keep
open supply lines through northern Cambodia and southern Laos.
PRESIDENT NIXON disclosed yesterday he has directed
government officials to furnish a House subcommittee with all the
information it wants in connection with consideration of an im-
peachment resolution against Supreme Court Justice William 0.
Douglas.
Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-NY), of the full House Judiciary
Committee asked for all pertinent information in a letter to the
President dated April 29. Nixon's positive response was dated May 13
and released yesterday by White House press secretary Ronald L.
Ziegler in response to newsmen's requests.
* * *i
BUDGET SURPLUSES have turned into deficits for this fiscal
year and next, President Nixon announced yesterday.
He called for a $1.6 billion antipollution tax on the lead additives
in gasoline to erase part of the government's deficit.
The administration, however, will not seek other revenue increases
to balance the budget despite continuing inflation. Budget director
Robert P. Mayo explained that a larger tax boost "would be in-
appropriate when we have an increase in unemployement.

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Apparently the discrepancy con-
cerning the warnings arises out of
the student takeover last Friday
of Demonstration Hall w h i c h
houses the ROTC program atI
MSU.
On that occasion, one of the!
university's vice presidents, and
later the East Lansing police chief,
entered the building to warn stu-I
dents they were violating the law
and asked them to leave.
'There was no warning of that
sort this time and so we weren't
expecting anything until the police
came in," one student said. No ar-I
rests were made Friday.
Students had come to Wharton
during the weekend asking him to
close the university yesterday for
the sake of the teach-in and to
protest the killing of two black'
students by police at Jackson
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and faculty on a "more permanent
and constructive response" to the
needs of blacks at MSU.
By 7 p.m. yesterday most of the
students had been arraigned and
all were out on bond. However.
the presiding judge refused the
usual 10 per cent "satisfaction'
bond" and required all the stu-
dents to use a bail-bondsman.
A rally to protest the arrest was
held at 1 p.m. yesterday, but only
about 100 students attended. An-
other one, with what the teach-in
group describes as "mass advance
publicity," is planned for the same
time tdday.
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500 begin
long march
(Continued from Page 1)
Witnesses in Jackson said 200
black students moved in front, of
the dormitory as several men pp-
proached the building. After two
attempts to reach it, the men left.
Student leaders' said the men
were workers sent to the' campus
to repair the five-story, modern'
red-brick dormitory.

Daily Official Bulletin
Day Calendar
Wednesday, May 20
Highway Safety Inst.: "The Initialj
Management of the Acutely Ill or In-
jured Patient": Gen. Session, Dow
l Aud., Towsley Center, 8:30 a m.
General Notices
Regnts Metig:June 18 and 19..
1Communications for consieration at
this meeting must be in the President's
hands no later than June 4.

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"Allen Funt is concerned
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and it is amusing to see the
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Dist. Atty. Jack Travis said lat- ' The Registrar will honor student re-
er, however, the men were state funds through 4:00 p.m. on dates giv-
investigators sent to the campus en below.
to collect evidence for the state 100'% withdrawal, Spring-summer
and the Hinds County Grand Ju- Term, May 21Tr,,ly,16.;

ry.
"It's not for repair," Peoples
told the students when the crowd
swelled to about 300. "They're
taking them to the laboratory for
investigation."
He said the grand jury was "de-
termined to get" any evidence left
at the scene; although "the only
thing left there is of symbolic val-
ue. It is of no investigatory value
since this has been done by the
FBI."
In response to the deaths of
students at Kent State University
and Jackson State, University,
leaders yesterday released a state-
ment which states in part:
The tragic deaths of two black
students on the campus at Jack-
son State College, Mississippi,. fol-
lowing earlier slayings at South
Carolina State College, and at
Kent State University in Ohio.
bring further shock and grief to
the students and faculties of the;
colleges and universities of the
nation. We at the University share
the grief of the families and the
outrage of the students and fac-
ulty of Jackson State College.

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28; Summer 12 Term, July 23.
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