ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 21, 1970
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(Studio) Penn. State University violence over war and racial problems; students burn bldgs. and stone University president and wife; state troopers called in. University Kansas firebombings blamed on racial trouble.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Lawrence, Kansas) Student Union Building gutted by fire bomb; students save furnishings. [Dr. Francis HELLER - says parents would be proud to see students help.] Lawrence high school firebombed; Governor Robert Docking sets dusk-dawn curfew, won't tolerate lawlessness.
REPORTER: Charles Gray (KMBC-TV newsfilm)
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