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September 24, 1957 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1957-09-24

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. EaCitizens Explode; Then Subside as Troopers Arri
Tiet E ast (Cnine fo Pg 2
them and the policemen raised The the people-still wearing face. He went down, blood p
"Who's going through?" he their clubs, moving this way and the savage, snarling mob's mask- from his mouth.
roared. that as people tried to dodge them. turned on reporters and photo- In the next few minute
" a lre,"hred..tatanpentrd onode-thedgraphers. It was a gesture of frus- beat up four others. The
,. ' "We all are," the people shrieked. A man went down, pole-axed, tration. They had to have some earlier, "We ought to wipe
They surged over and around the when a policeman clubbed him. outlet for the wild rage and hys- street with these Yankee rep
Sbarricades, breaking for the police. Completely Distraught . teria that had galvanized them. I passed through the i
About a dozen policemen, In The women-the auburn haired Francis Miller, a Life magazine swirling crowd, trying not 1
dadion short-sleeved blue shirts, swinging photographer, was coming out of too fast, nor too slow. N
sstWaONS) 1 billy clubs, were in front of them. one, the woman with the radio, the crowd. His arms were filled happened.
S Men and women raced toward and others-were swirling around with camera equipment. He never When I looked back,
the police commanding officers. had a chance to defend himself. block away, it was relativel
e syTears were streaming down their A man rushed toward him, and again.
2940 15 5t r R{V ae. hyace omltlyd smashed his first full in Miller's FIt was an explosion.
'' traught.
Polls e gions They kept crying, "The iggers
s.~ are in our school, Oh, God, are adWd ~
e ,you going to stand here and let NO-3
!j s the niggers stay' in school?
Othen, sty in school? The Most Challenging Story of Faith
Then, swiftly, a line of cars j
_.A survey last spring revealed filled with state troopers rolled to-
I .,Lions. The flasher-signals; on the.
that more than half of the TUniver- ward the ~school from two direc-
::: fsity's foreign students were Chris- tos h ise-inl.o h
tianshops of the cars were spurting red
- warnings.
Of the 1036 students questioned Almost Under Control
by the International Center, 535,
Sf/ee :ETRIc TONS) or 51.65 per cent, said they were In an instant, the troopers and
1955 Christians. Non-Christians num- policemen had the crowd - not
1940 bered 197, 19 per cent, and 304 wholly under control - but well
6.0 ~ expressed no religious preference. away from the school.
Lrom countries predominantly The roaring and howling went
Moslem, Turkey was best repre- on, but it was futile ndw. Nobody CNlMAScoPI
sented at the University with 54 tried to charge the lines again. JOAN COLLINS - RICHARD BURTON - BASIL SY
eetj'i& I Moslem students.
1940 1955 The University's only Hindu stu- "TRINIDAD" LTRAVELU S PORT
JO.& l6. dents last lyear came from India: - A ' dd *
jf'f 55. Hindu, nine. Hindu-Jamn and (A U L .A~
/1 o five Hindu-Sikh. 2nd WeekT r"THE LAND UNKNOWN
CN Venezuela leads the predomi -Triumphant Thursday "U
nantly Roman Catholic countries
e Soviet East has become a with 40 students.
arsenal. Its riches nourish not South American countries ac-
the Sov.it Union itself but counted for 191 of the 254 Roman
entire Communist bloc of na- Catholic foreign students.
. Its economic growth is a fact From the predominantly Protes-
tant countries, Canada' and Ger-
normous geopolitical signifi- many were represented by 55 and
e. 10 Protestants respectively. ' t
GRAND OPENING | But Did You Ever Hear A
Belly Laughi is Not A Word To Use In
Polito Solety - But Confidentially.
It's the only word that adequately describes the
kind of laughs that you will get fron one of the
AD K1 ury ''i~'i r,, f .-,,.. funniest pictures of the vyear.Thoe jwho have useem.









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