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Violence / Ohio Teamsters / Students / Ohio / California / Connecticut #10215

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 30, 1970
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(Studio) Violent Teamsters, 4,000 national guardsmen dispute in Ohio. Columbus Ohio State students battle police.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Columbus, Ohio) 1,800 national guardsmen confront militant students; administration building clash yields 300 arrests, 100 injuries; many gunshot victims; demonstrators demand protestors' release, and University dissociation with military orgs.; mayor sets curfew; more trouble expected.
REPORTER: Earl Green (WTVN-TV newsfilm)

(Berkeley, California) Protesters break into anti-Reserve Officers' Training Corps demonstrators' trial; campus police clear room after brief skirmish; 2 arrested; trial canceled.
REPORTER: David McLean

(Studio) 4,000 paratroopers fly to Yale for pro-Black Panther rally tomorrow; town fears worst.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(New Haven, Connecticut) City arms against potential riots when 50,000 gather tomorrow. [Unidentified PANTHER SPOKESPERSON - says if violence occurs, will defense selves.] Outside radicals threaten disruption. [Yale Chaplin William COFFIN - claims media misreping. New Haven; outsiders bringing violence.]
REPORTER: Jim Burnes

Burnes, Jim;
McLean, David;
Reynolds, Frank

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