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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1970, Abilene, Texas Angelo 51.55 McMurry 0 33 Drake How, 27 Howard P. 37 Tarlelon 45 24 Baylor Tech 3 Rice 42 5MU SI. 24 N'wesfern i ..i- Oklahoma 29 Iowa SI, 10 Yale 0 "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES" u 141 PHONE 673-4271 Goblins Calm In Abilene Several dozen eggs scrambled against Abilene homes and a handful of water balloons were about the only damages incurred in Abilene Halloween night. Four egg-throwing incidents were called in to the police department with one resident reporting some 30 boys pelting his house wilh eggs. A strategically placed loud record player on College Dr. filled the neighborhood wilh Halloween noises tinlil police requested that they cease. The only near-tragedy reported Halloween came when two boys, one 10 and one M, were jumped by (wo teen-aged boys and struck with boards in south Abilene. 'Hie 10-year-old boy suffered a cut on his oar and behind his ear and the 14-year- Sec GOBLINS Pg. 2-A PAGES IN SIX Associated Presi West Warmly Greets Nixon Guides for graveyard tour Neil Potter, left, of 2002 Yorktown and David Per- kins of 771 Westwootf wait beside a freshly dug grave to spook any little goblins that might come along. The boys constructed a spook house in the backyard of the Robert Moore's home at 1461 Minter Ln and offered tours Halloween night to anyone brave enough to go. (Staff Photo) b War Protest Crowds Small Jill Lewis, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lewis of Pampa, bravely shuts her eyes when confronting a heati- less hanging man during a tour of the spook house at 1461 Minter Ln. Halloween night. The spook house was built by several boys in the neighborhood. (Staff. Photo) By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Protesters in cities across the country staged generally peace- ful demonstrations, parades and rallies against the Vietnam Wai- Saturday, three days before Tuesday's election. Crowds seemed generally smaller than previous nation- wide antiwar protests. Hilled by its sponsors as a "massive demonstration for the nationwide protest took place three days before American voters went to the polls to vote for governors, sen- ators and congressmen in an off-year national election. When the demonstrations were announced in early Octo- ber, some peace group'leaders said they feared protest.? before the election might harm the campaigns of peace candi- dates. In Madison, Wis., a rally sponsored for Sunday was can- colled Saturday in part because many of ihe organizers felt (he benefits from such a protest would be marginal compared to the possible damage to .some candidates in the election, parti- cularly if violence erupted. President Nixon, who has campaigned this month Ihrough- witthe country for Republican candidates, has called on voters to elect men to Congress wilt support his policies. While the President cam- paigned in the West, demonstra- tors estimated by police at about 450 marched in a circle on a sidewalk in front of the White House, to protest the war. One demonstrator, a member of the Students' Mobilization Committee which is a sponsor of the demontrations, said organi- zers planned to keep the nation- wide protest "entirely peace- ful." He said violent demonstra- tions against Ute President Thursday night in San Jose, Cal- FOOTBALLAND ICE in. vi- as if., "no doubt hurt our cause regard to the election. The President denounced olent demonstrations such ao tlio one in San Jose, in cam- paign speeches in Anaheim, Cal- if., Friday night and in Phoenix, Saturday. Police estimated persons attended a rally al the stale- house in Columbus, Ohio. The demonstrators, mostly students from various Ohio universities, had marched three miles from Ohio State University to the rally site. Rally sponsors had predicted lO.OOfl'wouId attend. CREAM PHOENIX, Ariz. (Ap) _ Warning that Americans are in danger of losing their freedom to President Nixon declared Saturday that the time lias come !o take
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