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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisSaturday october 24 1970 the daily illin1 rage Inree recruiting proposal discussed pcs a debate heated by Earl Merkel and Mike Bellows debate was extended to next week on a proposal submitted to the policy committee on student affairs pc that would require corporations to appear in a question and answer session before recruiting on the University Campus. The action would Force such bodies As general motors general electric and any other prospective Recruiter to appear if 250 persons signed a petition objecting to the policies of the company. The proposal submitted for pcs consideration by the associated student Council for University reorganization Assur immediately initiated intense debate among pcs members. Pohndorf objects Richard h. Pohndorf professor of physical education objected to Jim Young an employee. Of the University Myca and spokesman for the Center for nonviolent social change being allowed to speak in favor of the proposal. Pohndorf said Young who is not a student was not eligible to speak to the committee. A there Are proper Steps to be taken in bringing business before this body a he said a and people Are going to have to learn to take those Young said that the proposal was designed to open debate Between recruiters and students saying that it is a important that channels be opened for debate among students and All recruiting recruiting a a privilege Eugene Costa pcs member and graduate student in history noted that recruiting was a a a privilege provided by the University As a service to both the corporations and students and that such privileges were open to modification. Costa said that restrictions on recruiting were no infringement on free speech but that in the past the University had practice reporting associated press news Ohta suspect charged Santa Cruz Calif. Apr a shaggy bearded Young a loner a charged with the methodical mur1 Der of five persons in an isolated mansion monday was arraigned Friday afternoon under tight Security by officers fearful of Community reaction. John Linley Frazier 24, was seized peacefully Friday morning As he slept in a Shack Only a half mile from the scene of the shootings. The sheriffs office and local police called on officers from four nearby jurisdictions to help in patrolling of the entire area As Frazier was taken in a windowless Van the three blocks from the jail to the municipal court. About 20 reporters and 50 spectators who were admitted were first painstakingly searched and the rest of the building was evacuated. The slightly built Frazier wearing leg Irons but no Handcuffs looked slowly around the room nodding with a Trace of a smile. Cleaver Algiers in a a planned news conference by an exiled Black Panther Leader and two other american fugitives was can celled Friday without explanation. Informants said the algerian socialist regime ordered that it should not take place for fear of a a anarchist propaganda. Eldredge Cleaver the Black Panther a information minister who sponsored the news conference was scheduled to hold it with Ltd advocate or. Timothy. Leary and Bernardine Dohrn an extremist student group member a or her sister Jenifer a who had joined him Here earlier this week pills withdrawn Washington pm two leading brands of birth control pills were discontinued Friday because of a Laboratory link to benign breast tutors in one Type of dog. The food and drug administration which made the announcement jointly with Eli Lilly amp co. And Upjohn co., said however there is no evidence to link the two brands to human breast tutors. . Generals Moscow up a the u. S. Embassy renewed Friday its request to the soviet government to release two u. S. Generals a major and a turkish colonel detained in soviet Armenia since wednesday when their plane landed after going Over the soviet turkish Border. An embassy spokesman said no response has been received from the soviet foreign ministry to this or a formal request to see the . Officers. Kent state moratorium plea draws Little National support Kent Ohio apr limited response was reported Friday to a plea for a moratorium on campuses across the nation to protest indictments resulting from disorders at Kent state University last May. A student spokesman at Kent state differed with an administration report that attendance was poor at workshops Here. Craig Morgan student body president who called for the moratorium and who is one of 25 persons indicted by the grand jury was not on Campus to comment on th3 moratorium. Reports from other campuses across the nation indicated Token response to the moratorium pleas. Donna Clark president pro Tern of the student Senate Here termed attendance at workshops on civil liberties and the environment a very she said the moratorium idea a was accepted very Well and that Over 100 schools supported the idea. In the Midwest students at Purdue Northern Illinois Indiana Southern Illinois Iowa and Wisconsin universities As Well As the University of Illinois planned no mass actions. At Michigan Ohio state and Minnesota universities rallies were held but turnouts were insignificant compared with activities during the May strike. Classes were held at Kent state All Day Friday. A University spokesman said All reports indicated near Normal attendance. A Blue jeans galore Barnum s blues 520 e. Green 10-6 daily except sunday a double Standard by allowing recruiters while Banning such persons As William Kunstler from appearing on Campus. Referring to a political science professor recently convicted on charges arising from disturbances last year Pohndorf said that a the University has allowed Many kinds of people to come Here. A barnyard animal was allowed to come Here. A Many people feel that the political science and social science students and faculty Are using the University for a Laboratory Experiment session to give themselves practice Quot he said. Continuing Over the objection of Michael Dooley professor of Law who protested what he called a name calling a Pohndorf said a there Are too Many who accept Courtesy As a weakness. This is the Case Here when a few wolves Lead a flock of Pohndorf said he was in favor of a a inviting businesses to speak saying a i oppose any kind of coercion aimed at debate was extended to next weeks meeting when pcs will invite a representative of a Large recruiting corporation to present the other Side of the Issue. Allerton Park committee plans third drive against the corps the committee on Allerton Park will begin its third petitioning drive against the army corps of engineers proposed Oakley dam project today As 300 student volunteers at the University and 2,000 groups across the state will try to collect 100,000 signatures by May 1, 1971. The committee contends that if the dam were built As planned on the Sangamon River it would cause permanent damage to University owned Allerton Park near Monticello 111. By flooding the lowlands on the Park along the River. Jack Paxton a director of the committee said the petitions when completed will be sent to president Nixon and gov. Richard Ogil vie because a a we be already tried to reach our congressmen but essentially they be done nothing to support Paxton said previous petitioning drives have resulted in the corps changing its plans for the dam. In 1967, 20,000 signatures were obtained and 85,000 signatures were collected in 1969 which caused the corps to lower the planned height of the dam to a height which would be less damaging to the Park Paxton said. Paxton said the new petition drive was necessary because the corps has again changed the dams height to one that would be too damaging to the Park for the committee to accept. A simply we just want the dam project out of Allerton Park Paxton concluded. Opens party s books for inspection by Chris Johnson Champaign county democratic party chairman Harry tiebout professor of philosophy at the University opened the party a books to the press last monday and Dis see related Story on p. 13. Closed that his Reform democrats have operated the local party on $8,320 since taking Over the organization april 1. Republican Central committee chairman l. C. Jack Martin refused to open his books for Public inspection. Although tiebout said he wished to make no speculation about Republican motives he did say he believed the gop probably has More Money adding a there Are certainly More wealthy republicans than wealthy tiebout said $4,657 of the Money was Given out As direct contributions to the Campaign funds of state District and county candidates. He said most of the rest was spent for Campaign related purposes. Tiebout said one of the reasons it is difficult for his party to collect contributions is that the a liberals a for which his party has most Appeal a seem to have a lingering notion that a political party is something he added that the natural inclination of people to identify More heavily with individual candidates than with the party is intensified under these circumstances. Tiebout said that he did not think the party was doing poorly a compared to any absolute figure a but added a it would be Nice though if we had a typewriter in the Agnew Speaks Hartford Conn. Apr vice president Spiro t. Agnew said Friday night that the administration is winning the fight against inflation while a working toward full employment at a growing real the vice president attacked new York mayor John v. Lindsay a your political conglomerate a an enrolled Republican elected last year As the Liberal party candidate. Chances it the Best of everything is at the r and tonight it s double tonight a double Headliner guitar lessons private a no classes 8 weeks a 1750 Martin a Guild a Gibson a fender a am Peg Yamaha of. Garcia a a. Hernandez c. V. Lloyde piano co. 102 s. Neil downtown Champaign 352-7031 a fabulous Folk Rock group from Minneapolis baby Huey Anu the babysitters join us at chances r a old town a Champaign chances m

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