Education: Education: Dec. 13, 1968

scription of the school's condition. Bands of pickets roamed the campus, seeking to prevent nonmilitant students from entering classrooms. Although his predecessors had been reluctant to use police to restore order, Hayakawa—backed strongly by a majority of the trustees of California's state colleges and by Governor Ronald Reagan—had no such compunction. On Tuesday, police arrested 32 protesters, ten of whom were injured in a melee; two days later, 23 more were carted off to jail. The maintenance of order was helped by a Committee for an Academic Environment, organized by proadministration students. Wearing blue armbands, committee supporters confronted strikers in...

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