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Campus Unrest / Dartmouth #445918

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 07, 1969
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(Studio) Police remove war protesters from Dartmouth Building
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Hanover, New Hampshire) 56 students take over Admin. Building protesting Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Faculty votes to end Reserve Officers' Training Corps no later than 1973. Court injunction fails, so VT and New Hampshire police brought in. [Sheriff Arthur ASH - tells students `come out peaceably or we'll come in. ''] Police remove Students for a Democratic Society demonstrators. [Student William GREENWOOD - says faculty decision to end military research by 1973 compromise. Now, students rebelling against protesters.] [Prof. Hoyt Alverson - calls police tact impressive.] [Student Dan DALEY - says students clapping for court order good sign.]
REPORTER: Mark Landsman

Huntley, Chet;
Landsman, Mark

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