Why snoUJLa a perauii o . ;„T
your oTrjn on such really insignificant xs
sues as creed, color, or appearance?
After all, in the ucrds of uennon and
- are he, as
r.acCartney; "1 ajn he, as you
ych .are me, / as you are ne, and we are
letters TO . T H
GR-:ERj-L POLIGl REVISIOi‘1^
The revision of the general policy
v,-) «-p +1-IQ nocst. SP1
’ore more lives ^
m.ore universities are disrupted.'
I'he report accuses some lavj-enforcemen
officers of using "unwarranted harshness
and force in seeking to control disorder.^^
It also charges that some college ^hmini
tratcrs vsere toe lenient in dcoling
students who participated in violent is
ruptions. In responss to a question on
Vice-President Apnew's various comments
D I T 0 R'} on students, hr. Scranton stated that
i making political issues of hair stylos ana
revision of the general policy wnich'| modes of dress are "rather inx^ntile an
on HSy 23 is of ths “roAtinuos Py blsnin. all ^
nature. A Christian education_cannot be |^^ihe^rep ,ol-
centered in ohe area. To grow m 'S®': . The actions and inactions
as well as in the grace of and federal governments
exposure to all aspects sre dhowp, to be contributors to the cri-
The product of ' Ws. Trigger-happy law officers and stu-
narrow man, unec|hipped to deal, with are both branded as cri-/
the good and oad in life. r'el|minals. . , .
Therefore, it is my feeli. g . g | The Commission urges the Prcsiaentto
vision of the general policy aggert his moral leadership as an aid to
should under no circumstances ue I g^iiT^ving understanding bet-«een opposing
Student Government fr ’ tS.e! ta. Scranton aaid at the y«e
^ I conference that "Op to no«-8ince the
^ ^ , V, -cr 4 pnisedes* fo this spring—there has not
Tpttsrs to the edilor need not .be brie,l. j^^nd of leadership to bring •
If they are rambling.-or '4 about the reconciliation that we-have
ve will make them brief. All talldng about."
oh uld be typed oglfpy® “ tf a etafP 1 ^Oe _full text y
be lypcu uj. — ...
St?s’. robfnsol-a.lfflce byp.pn Mfy.
the ,HE¥SPAP1R re'siferves the rign| oo ed . j
all letters for
KY CAHC'ilS PLiU'IS Tfe ATT.iWiB kAR^tL.-.!
■an tallcing a^oui. _ o.^-hcrinli-d
The full text of the report is schedulid
for release early this Seitner
Source". Associated Press
|jl.YGNErTl5 ilEW Hf pS ^uE STATE oriC..
IciALS AND NATICNaL
(News Analysis) >
T+ vas announced on‘-U September that ^
ViS-President Ky io
appear at the Victory, in, '^^.etnam Rally
hA^ha.d in Washington on 3 October.
Ky^ decision seit the ifixon Wmms,tr^.
tion into something approchmg a fit>
tion inio u- - ^ to' some to contraaict
^^elrit if nS the letter of the,Pres-,
tt^® .. Per- g.nutheast AS#a.
ICIALS AND NATibhAu persons
1^: AE3a^a..IRClUE, "by National
they were bayonetted by
hsmen last* nay o uu ^ g^gte
r,'.nit,nre^itv of New Eexico arc suing
^ officials for more
ai^/iNiational auara oxu- .
^li^^JdSfS-thc suit^ho^hev. med ^
^ “tcololrnorSvidlergo, NatcAddu-
iHU'ii'J.jurbV.uid, IV .ue. X hv
^%issy they J^Xof ^he impus of the
. "peace plan"
pressure on Ky go change his mi , c-holf TNc plaintiffs are p n-^-atee for stab
■ Ky announced yesterday s dozen or more persons
^te\SC““T“ ^iVc-pErElnt^slfetlal ecyds oild members
Jeluse'my presence (in WasMr.gton) misht the campus «ith uyheather
not have-helped the very harrassed'caus|:., f ^ motion for dismissal says
of Vietnam that I-decided J by Guardsmen, if the
voyage." Ky denied reports that he had provoked oy plaintiffs
ries I'niiictcu ^ vhn
voyape." by aemea repuxGo Gt.a. .... . ...i,.. g,.^„ iq,,£re provoked oy plamti
umed the ri&K. ux ..-a.. inflicted
iElI'visif ke'ordted Stat.ss "iithin jM ,.i "i°f3’'?hrmost Iriousl? injured
next fe>^ days," although the purpose gf, . ' pressman, a Sant Fe school teach.r
such a trip is. unclear at this time. .| j-eccivcd a deep stab in the back
Eeanwhile, Rev, Mcintira had arrived in -j , still'"has trouble walking.
,.-i- „ r.-Ho+ -:,v3s'-widely viewed’as'a Isst- ffhc th c, . _ __„n v,oTria that
t .,■ . . . ■ -ud;-„ 1 mViP mntl(
Paris in vj'hat was wxucxj, w
ditch attempt to persuade Ky to change hi
SCPuk'uTON REPORT REDiliSED
The Report of the Commission on Campus
unrest was g'iven tothe President on Satur^
- _ • - i-j. T n i,.: r»^ .!
day:! night by Commission Chairman ?E.'Iliam
Scranton, In a News conferenoe, 'Scranton
said that "It is imperative t'nat the Pres-
The motion for dismissal ^'"bab-
none of th. defendants ordered the stab
bing, and arc therefore not S):'
The Guardsmen were merely assisting t -
.State Police and are net responsible,
■rriotion holds. A hearing on the motion to
dismiss is expected in October.
ERifFI 'ES i-ilLl-i'D i'.T HIGHEii lu-TES THaN
Washington—(CPS)—Army draftees have
almost twice as high a chance of being
killed in Vietnam as non-draftee enliste.-
men, • according to a U’.S. A.rmy study.