Education: Yesterday's Rebels

While Cal was welcoming Heyns, some of the looser ends of last winter's disorder were being tied up in Berkeley municipal court, where Judge Rupert Crittenden was passing out jail sentences of up to 90 days, most of them suspended, and fines ranging from $50 to $300 to some 754 convicted campus rebels. Nearly half of them informed Crittenden that they would not accept a probationary condition that he also imposed: to refrain from any more illegal demonstrations for up to two years. The judge responded with tougher sentences, generally the option of paying higher fines or going to jail for...

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