NBC Evening News for Friday, May 02, 1969
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(Studio) Washington, DC takes hard line on campus unrest, but college officials decide what to do.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(No Location Given) [IN University Acting Chancellor John SNYDER - says we can act if violence occurs. Protect orderly dissent.] [Roosevelt University President Rolf WEIL - says shouldn't call police unless necessary. Don't permit people to take over bldgs. and property.] [San Francisco State College Acting President S.I. HAYAKAWA - says disorders must be stopped. Delay of punishment no punishment at all.] [Columbia University Vice President Ted Van DYK - says campus must be run by administration Should understand relations between government and free University]
REPORTER: No reporter given