Education: Hard Times for S.D.S.

After the radical Students for a Democratic Society split into angry factions at the organization's convention last June, the question was whether any of them could mount an effective "fall offensive." The answer is no. By last week, S.D.S. had fallen on extremely hard times. Items:

> At Fordham University, 400 students turned out for a mass rally called by the Committee to Abolish S.D.S. Angered by the violent tactics that S.D.S. had used to protest ROTC at Fordham, the students called on the university's president, Father Michael Walsh, to bar the organization from the campus.

> At Harvard, militant black...

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