Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 43
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 43

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'Student power* may encounter voter backlash Log Atgttet Thaw Service PRINCETON, N.J. - Antiwar forces on campus mobilizing for a nationwide effort to change the complexion of Congress this fall are looking Into the possibility that a new political phenomenon exists — a backlash against students. The movement for a New Congress, (MNC) coordinating student plans to help elect antiwar candidates, is trying to find out whether "student power" may be more of a detriment to them this year than a boon. In the first permanent teat of student power in electoral politics since formation of MNC a month ago, a peace candidate supported in force by students in Princeton's own back yard lost last week by a 2-1 margin. The candidate, 28 - year old lawyer Lewis Kaden, won 36 per cent of the vote against the Democratic incumbent, ftep. Edward J. Patten, despite canvassing by students of 90 per cent of all voters in the congressional district, many of them twice. 3 Kentuckians held in murder BOWMNG GREEN, Ky. (AP) — Murder charges were filed yesterday against three men in ttie robbery and slay- Ing of William Morrow, 57, Bowling Green. Authorities said the robbery netted 90 cents and two cigarettes. David Cole, Warren County judge pro tern, signed murder warrants against Clarence Cline, 28; Lannie Wayne Miller, 18, and Steve Dempsey Cardwell, 19, all of the Bowling Green area. Cole set a hearing for tomorrow. Ooren on bridge By CHARLES GOREN North-South vulnerable. East deals. NORTH 693 OAKQ52 EAST SOUTH AKQJ1084 :0«4 *A53 The bidding: East Sooth Wert North Goren DWe. a Opening lead: Jack of 0 An unorthodox line of defense led to a spectacular upset of Smith's four spade contract. East opened the bidding with one heart, and South over- c ailed with one spade. North showed his diamond suit, and East persisted with two hearts. South, whose holding was the equivalent of a sound opening bid, jumped to three spades, and North dutifully carried on to game. East believed that the opponents had overreached themselves and he doubled for penalties. West reasoned that in view of his great length in the suit bid by . North there was a good chance that his partner was void. He accordingly opened the jack of diamonds, and East ruffed away dummy's queen with the deuce of spades. East could count two more tricks, the ace of spades and ace of hearts. If the contract were to be defeated, then, it appeared that East must find his partner with the king of hearts. He therefore returned the five of that suit. South put up the king, and West followed with the deuce. A small spade was led to the nine as West showed out. East was in with the ace and pondered his dwindling prospects. It was obvious that as soon as declarer regained the lead he would draw TREASURE HUNT The Golden Goose Is laying 16 plastic eggs nightly Monday through Thursday at Legend City. All eggs but one hold free tickets to the park ... and In that egg Is a $25 U,S. Savings Bond. $25 bonds will be laid each night In easily-found spots. Finders keepers! Open Nightly, 7 P.M. 56TH ST. & WASHINGTON, PHOENIX mm 275-8518 LEGEND CITY trumps and discard his remaining losers on North's diamonds. East's only hope was that West had the nine of hearts and South was left with the seven. In desperation, therefore, East led back the three of hearts. West was surprised to win the trick with the nine; however, he recovered in time to return a diamond, which East ruffed for the setting trick. — - " Advertisement ——« Complimentary Two-Day Arizona Mexico Tour — For a Phone Call! 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Another highlight will be a visit to fascinating Rip Rico, the companyls {development located some ten miles north pf Nogales, Arizona, on the Nogales highway. There the tourists will see how a new city is incepted, and be given an opportunity to share in the growth of the area. Snecial arrangements made by GAC Properties to enliven the overnight 8tav of their guests Include dancing and entertainment in addition to a splendid dinner. At the end of their Arizona/Mexico tour, participants will be bussed back to Phoenix In good time to make their own arrangements for dinner or other events. The GAC Prooerties snokesrnan said: "We are this to accmaint e with what the nf here has to ariHed that all nersons should collect at 624. Kxt. 334, between »-30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to reouest reservations as soon as possible because of seating limita- Prof. Henry Bienen, the 31 year • aid faculty director of what has come to be Called the Princeton Movement, concedes that public hostility toward student demonstration's may have caused the influx of hundreds of students to backfire, ft so, MNC is on thin ice, even before it has gotten down to serious business across the country. Accordingly, Bienen has recruited professional pollsters, many of whom have their headquarters in Princeton, to organize and analyze a poll of 600 reg- istered voters in Patten's district. Two years ago, in Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy's bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, use of students was a clear plus and they helped convert McCarthy from a political windmill- tilter to the man who dumped a sitting president. But since then, and especially this spring, campus unrest and violence have hardened! public attitudes toward student activists against the Vietnam war. A Gallup poll after the shooting of four Kent State students by national guardsmen showed a clear majority thought the students were to blame. Another Gallop poll, asking citizens whether they agreed or disagreed with students going on strike to protest the way things were going in the country, voted 82 per cent disagreement with the students, to only 15 per cent agreement and 3 per cent with no opinion. REPUBLIC REPUBLIC MAILx BULLDOG Phoenix, Wed., Jane 17,1970 The Arizona Republic 21 Law urged to bar free speech interference New York Times Service WASHINGTON - A law under which federal courts could prohibit and punish interference with freedom of speech was proposed yesterday by a congressional coalition. In campus disturbance situations, the statute could be used by administrators against students who seize buildings and disrupt classes; it also could be used by students against administrators who ban orderly demonstrations. Sponsoring the First Amendment Freedoms Act were the four congressional members of the National Commission on the Causes and , Prevention of Violence: Sens. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., and Roman L. Hruska, R-Neb., and Reps. William M. McCullich, R-Ohio, and Hale Boggs, D-La. The sponsors said: "Public officials unreasonably prevent or stop meetings. Advocates of particular cases hoot opposing speakers off platforms. Protesters seize buildings .... "And recently we have even witnessed groups of demonstrators at tacking opposing demonstrators The First Amendment is one of our most cherished statutes. It must not be al- statutes. 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