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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Chicago, Illinois2-138the daily Illi Niin its 100th year of service to the University and Community one Hundredth year Twenty pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday october 10, 1970 ten cents number 24 cites state disruption Law Peltason revokes financial Aid of 8beating the system James Barnes. University Law student and head of the Cham pain Urbana selective service information and counselling Center headed a Myca draft counselling workshop Friday night. Approximately 20 the workshop which dealt with the Structure of the selective service system. See related Story on Page 5. Staff photo by seve Cross by Polly Anderson i Dally mini staff writer eight students found by1 hearing officers of being involved in the Spring Campus disorders have lost their state and or a Federal financial Aid it was announced Friday. The decision to revoke the Aid was made by Chancellor j. W. Peltason on the recommendation of a. J. Rudasill and Harold Baker hearing officers. A recently passed state Law requires the revocation of a state scholarship if its Holder participates in any disorderly disturbance directed against the University a administration or policies. Federal Law requires that Federal Aid be denied to any student involved in coercive and disruptive conduct or who wilfully refuses to obey regulations. Hearing held students who lost Aid Are Ernest Crabb Junior in Faa who lost both state and Federal Aid James Larabee former Junior in Las who was expelled for his part in the disturbances and who lost Federal Aid Ellen Pearlman Junior in Las who lost Federal Aid and Katherine bibly Junior in Las Kenneth b. Stone Junior in Las Susan dodder Sophomore in Las Manny Samuels Junior in Las and an unnamed student who had requested a closed hearing All of whom lost state scholarships. A hearing was held oct. 2 on objections to the hearing officers recommendations for terminating financial Aid. A no choices in a letter to miss bibly informing her officially of his decision to have her state scholarship Peltason stated a under the Law which i am obligated to follow i have no Choice. I Hope that you will take this hardship in stride and continue with your studies. Miss bibly explained that the hearing officers recommendations on disciplining demonstrators went to the Urbana Champaign Senate committee on student discipline. The recommendations on whether or not to terminate financial Aid went directly to the Chancellor. No purpose she said that she did not see the purpose of the oct. 2 hearing granted to her and the others to make objections to the hearing officers recommendations on revocation of financial Aid if As Peltason said he legally had no Choice in the matter. Bibly said she thought he did. She also said she objected to Chancellor Peltason a. No choices a the idea that a scholarship is based on something like participation in demonstrations rather than on grades. If my grades were bad i could understand losing the scholarship but they Are this is the first time that students have had government financial Aid revoked in connection with disturbances at the University. Thirty seven other disciplinary cases from last Springs disruptions Are pending. Favors productive activism Smith separates unrest patterns president Nixon ordered Fri director j. Edgar Hoover Friday to find the persons responsible for three West coast terrorist bombings for which underground groups have claimed credit. Nixon said thursdays bombings which came on the third anniversary of the death of Che Guevara demonstrated the need for Tough Federal anti bombing legislation. There were no injuries in the bombings which damaged a military armory a Campus i Tot building and a courthouse. There have been no arrests in the bombings. But police noting they had several leads were investigating the theory that the incidents were part of a Radical conspiracy. A the presidents reaction came shortly after a group identifying itself As a the Weatherman underground claimed responsibility for the bombing that wrecked a courtroom and a rest room at the Marin county civic Center in san Refael Calif. Earlier a Seattle group known As the Quarter Moon tribe said it planted the bomb that caused an estimated $150,000 damage to Navy and air Force facilities at the University of Washington. By Chuck Stierman daily Illint staff writer sen. Ralph. Tyler Smith r-ill., continuing his Campaign against Democrat Adlai Stevenson Iii distinguished Between cd mus unrest and Campus violence Friday when he stated that he was actually for Campus unrest. In a live television program on Wocia in which Smith spent an hour answering questions Smith stated that if Campus unrest had the connotation of activation interest and involvement he was for it while at the same time trying to Stop Campus destruction. One of the first questions asked was on the Oakley project. Smith said that the dam would be a a great net plus to the Community and the modified plan which will now be used a will not have any harmful ecological Smith agreed that the army corps of engineers the group responsible for the Oakley project was becoming involved in other areas than their original jurisdiction. A there is no question about the fact that the army corps of engineers could use some with the strikes that Are now taking place in Decatur and other areas Smith answered a question about the strikers being on Relief by stating that he is sponsoring a Bill to end this because a the Public should not subsidize a Smith accused Stevenson of lying when the reference was made that w. Clement Stone University trustee had said he would spend a million dollars to get Smith elected. A that is a lie that my opponent has been repeating. Clement Stone never said at any time. That he was contributing even a dime to my when asked about the controversial 18-year-old vote Smith said he Felt anybody voting should be out of High school because of the Large number of High school Bond issues which must be passed by voters. He did say however that he supports the 19-year-old vote. One of the callers questioned Smith on the fact that he was con Malkovich replaced conservation Post filled bulletin Tehran Iran apr an 121 Jet with 44 passengers and Crew members aboard was hijacked today and ordered to Baghdad officials said. Airport officials in Tehran said the plane landed in the iraqi capital an hour after taking off on a scheduled Domestic flight from Mehraban to Abadan. By James Zack daily mini staff writer gov. Richard b. Ogilvie Friday named Henry n. Barkhausen new director of the Illinois department of conservation replacing acting director Dan Malkovich. Barkhausen will assume the position on oct. 15 following his withdrawal from the Midwest Lime co. Of Anna of which he is now president. Malkovich has served As acting director of the department since january when he assumed the Post after the resignation of William Rutherford. According to Fred Bird Ogilvie a press Secretary Mal today s weather today partly sunny and cooler High mid 50s. Tonight fair and cold Low 38-43. Sunday partly Cloudy not quite so Cool High 60-65. Kovich was going to resign some months ago but stayed on at the request of the governor. Malkovich said he is resigning to devote his full time to his Editorship of a outdoor Illinois a a conservationist Magazine. Not ready to resign however there has been speculation that Malkovich was not yet ready to resign. Bruce Hannon professor of engineering Friend of Malkovich and a leading conservationist in Illinois said Malkovich was a a discharged by Ogilvie. Hannon said that Malkovich a in doing the Job he so firmly believed in he incurred the Wrath of a variety of vested Hannon also said that Malkovich a is beloved by conservationists in and out of state government a while lauding Malkovich a accomplishments As the conservation director. Hannon said that Malkovich sop position to the army corps of engineers proposed Oakley dam project a made congressman William Springer boil and that Malkovich was a a Man in government Well ahead of his vague on resignation Malkovich however tried to dispel the speculation that he was forced to resign although he was vague on the subject. He said that a person hates to put a system together and then leave it but he would not say that he was forced to resign. Hannon however said that Malkovich would not say that he was forced to resign because he was a Friend of Ogilvie. Hannon said it was other Republican interests that forced Malkovich out. He also said he Felt that Malkovich was a a Hurt at leaving the department and predicted Malkovich would be Back in the conservation movement at some capacity in the future. Side red a dependant Republican while Stevenson is considered an Independent Democrat. Smith strongly stressed that at no time has gov. Ogilvie conferred with him on any Bill while Stevenson himself is a a handpicked candidate of the mayor of the senator returned to his Home in Alton Friday where he said he Hopes to rest from his vigorous Campaign before leaving for Washington where the Senate reconvenes monday. Smith said he would like t o form a commission to study the effects of marijuana. However he said he would not favor legalization of marijuana until All its effects on the human body Are known. Congress adjourns on oct. 15 after which Smith will be free to Campaign full time. A lame Duck session of Congress is called for after the november elections. Sen. Ralph Smith a discusses Issue
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