CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 11, 1972
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(Studio) Antiwar activities increase in US. 1800 arrests reported to date. president of Amherst College arrested for blocking gates at Westover AFB, Massachusetts. University of Minnesota holds peaceful demonstration. In NYC, United Nations closed to tourists because protesters chained selves to seats in Security Council visitor's gallery.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt
(Madison, WI) 2000 students mass on campus of University of Wisconsin for 3rd night to protest latest war action in Vietnam. police use tear gas; 20 students arrested. 3 police shot after chasing 4 arson suspects,
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