Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 16
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 16

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PRESIDENT. GOVERNORS HAIL NOTRE DAME INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESRAM (PM-A.I7 Tough Student Unrest Policy Backed WASHINGTON (UPI) -The National Governors C o n f e r e n c e Executive Committee Wednesday joined President Nixon in strongly endorsing Notre Dame University's tough policy against disruptive student protests. The declaration from the nine-member executive committee of the conference condemned "lawless acts" hy small groups of students and announced its "full support to the President of the United States, relative to the preservation and advancement of higher education which is being jeopardized on many of the nation's campuses." The s t a l e in e n t, a spokesman said, referred specifically to President Nixon's letter to the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburg, Notre Dame president, who announced Feb. 17 Vote to Decide Future of Stanford ROTC STANFORD M)-- The entire Academic Council al Stanford University will vote on the future of the Reserve Officers Training Corps program. A petition was filed Wednesday by 53 professors calling for a council review of a recent 25-R vote hy the Academic Senate recommending an end lo academic credit for ROTC courses. Normally such a rrcnm- mcndaiion would simply lie approved hy school officials. But it can be reviewed hy the full council ·-- consisting of more than 900 members -- upon petition by 50 professors. Students voted 3-2 in a referendum for a resolution holding that ROTC "has a legitimate place on campus and deserves support and credit from the university for all those 8,000 State Warrants Lost OLYMP1A. Wash. (/PI -About 8.000 blank Washington Stale warrants, used lo pay its employes and bills, have been lost in California, State Treasurer Robert O'Brien reported today. O'Brien said two boxes totaling 10,000 warrants were lost on the way from f the manufacturer in Campbell, Calif., to the stale printing plant in Olympia. The California State 'Highway Department recovered about 2,000 of them in damaged condition. The treasurer said the highway department discovered the remnants of the two boxes in a ditch near San Jose, where they apparently had spilled from a transport company truck. parts of the program that are of genuine academic interest." The council probably will not vote before the next regular meeting April 4. An ad hoc committee on ROTC issued a majority report calling for an end to academic credit for ROTC. The petition asks the council to consider the committee's minority report which recommends several changes in administration of ROTC practices, hut continuation of credit. Stanford has had a voluntary ROTC program for 50 years and last year had 383 students enrolled and had 38 commissioned by the Army, Navy and Air Force. that any unruly Notre Dame students would be given 15 minutes to end their disruption or be sus pended on the spot. Nixon, in a letter to Hesburg released by the White House Monday, praised the university president's action and urged all college administrators to "uphold the rule of reason." Meanwhile, the White House announced that Vice President Spiro T. Agnew would discuss student disorder at a closed session of the full governors conference Thursday. The announcement said that Nixon, just before departing on his European tour, instructed Agnew to WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MEN Ann Landers tells it like it is to husbands and wives--and gives tips lo help men and women in the battle of the sexes. Read Men vs. Women--and Vice Versa- one of 41 articles and features in the March Digest. Pick up your copy today. READER'S DIGEST wards ONE DAY SALE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. YOUR BEST BUY ON ALL FURNITURE CARPETING, APPLIANCES. TV AND STEREO NOTICE! During Ihe month of February each ycor we place on oil merchandise the lowest prices o( the yeor. 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The executive committee, on the opening of the conference's two-day winter meeting, said, "Lawless acts by a small segment of the student population must not be allowed to interfere with the vast number of students who are seeking to exercise their educational opportunities. We join with others who share a responsible role which will insure a continuation of these opportunities." Although the declaration did not mention Nixon's letter, a spokesman for Tennessee Gov. Buford Ellington, conference chair- man, said the committee's statement of support was a direct reference to it. Ellington said the statement had been unanimously approved by the nine members. Ellington also told reporters that states' efforts to finance education were being hurt by campus riots. "It's going to be hard for governors to raise funds to finance higher education while this condition exists," he said. 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