HirwnJ Official: Wan Against Merc Violence CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Harvard's governing body says further campus violence could shut down the institution, and it is urging the university community to work together to avoid such a "drastic action." Â· "The spectre of closing the university is profoundly distasteful to us," the Harvard University Corporation said in a lengthy statement issued Sunday night. "We shall do everything in our power to avoid such a step and hope that all of us will work together to forestall the acts of violence which would make such a drastic action necessary." It said dissidents would not be allowed to force their views on the university through violence. Harvard officials declined to elaborate on the statement which did not indicate how long any shutdown might last. SEVERAL MEETINGS The statement followed several meetings among students, faculty and administration. There have been no serious incidents on campus since the takeover of the University Hal! administration building by some 200 students last Wednesday and their eviction by more than 400 club-wielding p o l i c e early Thursday morning. Thirty-nine persons received minor injuries and almost 200 students were arrested in the incident. A strike by some 1.500 of Harvard's approximately 15,000 students began Thursday and is scheduled to last at least through today. A mass meeting of students was scheduled for this afternoon in Harvard Stadium to decide whether to extend the strike and to discuss the Reserve Officer Training Corps program and other issues involved. STATEMENT The corporation dealt with I ROTC Â«nd most of the other is- tuettin it* sUtemcnt. It said in part:" "We have accepted the poii lion set forth in the resolution of the faculty of arts and sciences that academic credit shall not be granted to ROTC courses and that the commanding officers of ROTC shall not be members of the faculty. "The president has today requested the dean of the faculty of arts and sciences and the dean of the law school each to nominate a student to serve as student advisors to the ROTC negotiating committee, and we heartily endorse this action." CORPORATION The corporation consists of President Nathan M. Pusey, Treasurer George F. Bennett and five fellows: William Mar. bury, a Baltimore attorney: R. Keith Kane, a New York attorney: Francis H. Burr, a Boston attorney; Hugh Calkins, a Cleveland attorney, and A.L. Nickerson, chairman of the board. Mobil Oil Corp.. New York. In taking over the administration building last Wednesday, the students were underscoring their demand for an end to the school's ROTC program. Reception Held WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi dent and Mrs. Nixon have given a White House party for several hundred of the Republican party leaders who helped elect him in November. The black tie reception was held Sunday evening for members of the Republican National Committee, state party chairmen, fund raisers and contributors. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and his wife were among those present. NmbOvk Met At MM TURIN. lUly (AP)-Strong police reinforcements from Milan and Genoa missed today lor an attempt to crush a two-day At Clinton and Malvcm Few Turn Out To Hear Four 1971 Candidates riot at Turin Prison. After an all night battle, the held control night 900 rioting convicts h of t h e prison cellblocks and yard. Guards were penned inside the administrative building. The rioters threw out flaming mattresses, broke through cellblock walls and set fire to some of the buildings. Police fired tear gas to cover firemen sending streams of water into the smoke from points on the walls. Prison officials said that a hard core of 200 rioters apparently planned to make a stand. They smashed into the prison supply rooms and got provisions, then broke water pipes and filled a reservoir to draw on if the water system was cut off. Police battled the prisoners for three hours Saturday night and from noon Sunday until this morning. They fought hand to hand, fearing to carry weapons which the prisoners might wrest from them. Chinese Reds Adopt Mao's Constitution Â·y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Leu than 190 persons turned out Saturday night at Clinton and Milvern ta hear four of the persons highly touted Â«s candidates for the Democratic gubernatorial 1970. nomination i n Atty. Gen. Joe Purcell. House Majority Leader Sterling R. Cockrill ty Leac 1 Jr. of Little Rock and Bill Wells of Hermitage spoke briefly to about 90 persons at Clinton. And at Malvern, Ted Boswell, an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination last year, addressed about 40 persons. The state Democratic parly chairman, Charles Matthews. handled the introduction of speakers at Clinton. He said the Democratic organization is being "invigorated" and "it will be available to the men who run in 1970." PRAISES SESSION Purcell. Cockrill and Wells termed the current legislature progressive and Cockrill added, "history will show that this was a record-breaker as far as progressive legislatures go." "We have some problems -oh. some jealousies -- but we have less of this than we had two years ago." Cockrill said. "We're talking about these problems now." Purcell praised the legislature for approving election code hill which he drew up. Nimbus 3 Satellite Is Orbited VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP)-The first U.S. satellite designed to take a three-dimensional look at the earth's weather patterns rocketed into orbit today around the poles. The Nimbus 3 satellite carried instruments for seven research projects designed to develop a system for extending weather forecasts by up to two weeks on a worldwide scale. The 1,269-pound, butterfly- shaped spacecraft--heaviest yet in the U.S. weather eyt program--was launched late Sunday night by a team from the Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Confirmation that it reached its 686-mile-higli orbit was received at 1:45 a.m. PST today. The Nimbus 3, the first nuclear-powered weather satellite, has two $500,000 plutotonium-238 reactors in two-by-six-inch metal capsules. The power packs will extend working- life of the equipment to more than one year. The polar orbit gives Nimbus 3 a look at all the earth's weather as the glove revolves inside the satellite's orbit. taito in the News day a new constitution based on Mao Tse-tung's philosophy and naming Lin Piao as Mao's heir as ruler of China, a Peking broadcast said broadcast said. HUTCHINSON, Kan. 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