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Willard Straight Occupation Study Guide: 2. Newspapers, April 1969

Articles

Hechinger, Fred M. “Ivy League and Big 7 Take Record Total of Nonwhites.” New York Times, 20 April 1969, p. 1.

Kifner, John “Cornell Negroes Seize Building.” New York Times, 20 April 1969, p. 1.

“Afro-Americans Express Anger on Prior Judicial Procedures.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 15.

Kifner, John. “Armed Negroes End Seizure: Cornell Yields.” New York Times, 21 April 1969, p. 1.

“Chronology of Events.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 17.

“McHugh is Investigating.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 15.

Walsh, Peter. “Occupation is Over.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 15.

“President Perkins Declares Emergency at Cornell.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 15.

“The Scene, Dialogue Outside ‘Occupied’ Willard Straight.” Ithaca Journal, 21 April 1969, p. 16.

“A Reasonable Stand.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p. 6 (Editorial)

“Administration Hit By Senator Smith.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p.

Strandberg, Sue. “Afro-American Society to SDS: Next Step Yours.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p. 8.

Hechinger, Fred M. “Cayuga’s Muddy Water: Cornell Crisis Brings Faculty Attacks Against Administration as Too Liberal.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 35.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell Faculty Votes Down Pact Ending Takeover.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 1.

“Cornell Faculty Votes to Keep Penalties on 3.” Washington Post, 22 April 1969, p.

Kifner, John. “Negro Plan Started in ’65.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 34.

“Cornell’s Gun Policy Goes Beyond That of Ithaca.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 34.

“Excerpts From Talk by President of Cornell University on Student Dissension.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 34.

Walsh, Pete. “Eighty Outside Diputun ‘Ready’.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p. 11.

“Faculty Condemns Straight Seizure, Weapons.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p. 11.

“Faculty Dean to Resign.” Ithaca Journal, 22 April 1969, p. 11.

“Guns on Campus.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 46. (editorial)

“University Crises in Brief.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 1.

Wicker, Tom. “In the Nation: These Guns in These Hands.” New York Times, 22 April 1969, p. 46.

“Legislators Mad About Situation.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 15.

“Albany Cracks Down: Doesn’t Know How to Cope With Problem.” Syracuse Herald Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 1.

Arnold, Martin. "Cornell Whites Try to Understand." New York Times, 23 April 1969, p. 30.

Buder, L. “Dr. Clark Scores Armed Students,” New York Times, 23 April 1969, p. 1.

Lashnits, Dale. “Barton ‘Occupied,’ But Open Occupation.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 10.

“Beleaguered Educator James Alfred Perkins.” New York Times, 23 April 1969, p. 30.

“Black Goals Hit by Clark.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 10.

“Reprimands Nullified.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 15.

Nordheimer, Patricia. “'Rumor Clinic' Sifts Fact From Fancy in Tense Situation.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 15.

Rosenbaum, David. “Byrd Bill Curbs School Disruptor.” New York Times, 23 April 1969, p. 30.

“Suppose the Young Revolutionaries Really Won.” New York Times, 23 April 1969, p.

Walsh, Peter. “Calm Campus At Cornell.” Ithaca Journal, 24 April 1969, p. 19.

Strandberg, Sue. “Student Participation in Cornell ‘Restructuring’ or ‘Reform.’” Ithaca Journal, 24 April 1969, p. 19.

“Cornell’s Breakdown Has Mixed Reaction.” Syracuse Herald Journal, 24 April 1969, p. 1.

“Cornell Faculty Drops Penalties.” Washington Post, 24 April 1969, p.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell Faculty Reverses Itself on Disciplinary Action Against Five Negroes.” New York Times, 24 April 1969, p. 1.

Fraser, C. Gerald. “Cornell Negroes Charge They’re Really Outcasts.” New York Times, 24 April 1969, p. 34.

Walsh, Peter. “How to Cope with Violence.” Ithaca Journal, 24 April 1969, p. 19.

“The Campus Crisis.” New York Post, 23 April 1969, p. 1.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell Faculty is Asked to Reconsider on Negroes.” New York Times, 23 April 1969. p. 1.

Bigart, Homer. “Peaceful Sit-Ins at Cornell Ends New Seizure Threat.” New York Times, 23 April 1969, p. 1.

“Cornell Faculty Knuckles Under.” Syracuse Herald Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 1.

“Cornell Whites Try to Understand.” New York Times, 23 April 1969, Martin Arnold, p. 30.

Kifner, John. “Rossiter Urges Use of Reason, Not Guns, in Cornell Disorder.” New York Times. 23 April 1969, p. 30.

Sibley, John. "Campus Gun Bills Backed in Albany." New York Times, 23 April 1969, p.30

Walsh, Pete. “Extra Deputies Remain on Call.” Ithaca Journal, 23 April 1969, p. 10.

Kifner, John. “Moderates Won Student Opinion at Cornell Sit-In.” New York Times, 24 April 1969, p. 34.

“Negroes at Cornell Charge They’re liberal Window Dressing.” New York Times, 24 April 1969, p. 34.

Marcham, Jane. “Meetings, More Meetings Are /Held at Cornell.” Ithaca Journal, 25 April 1969, p. 11.

Shew, Randall. “People…Never Involved… Are Involved Today.” Ithaca Journal, 25 April 1969, p. 11.

Clay, George. “Procedures Outlined.” Ithaca Journal, 25 April 1969, p. 11.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell Orders Search for Guns on Campus.” New York Times, 26 April 1969, p. 14.

Fraser, C. Gerald. “Cornell Negroes Tell Perkins All Guns Are Gone.” New York Times, 26 April 1969, p. 14.

Fraser, C. Gerald. "Negroes at Cornell Call Black Studies Minimal." New York Times, 26 April 1969, p. 14.

Haffer, Edward A. “Cornell Amnesty.” New York Times, 26 April 1969, p. 36. (Letter to editor)

Nordheimer, Patricia. “Ends Don’t Justify Means.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p. 8.

Reed, Harold. “Blow Hot and Cold.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

Roe, Gladys. “ ‘Communist Influence’.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

Waters, Williams. “Some Views on Revolt.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p. 6. (Editorial)

Grace, William. “Far Greater Malaise.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

Fraser C. Gerald. “Negroes at Cornell Call Black Studies Minimal.” New York Times, 26 April 1969, p. 14.

Wykoff, William.“Not ‘Unmercifully Abused’.” Ithaca Journal, 26 April 1969, p.6 (Letter to editor).

"Faculty Falters in Leadership Role." New York Times, 27 April 1969, section 4, p.1.

“Rustin Hits ‘Stupid Demands.’” Ithaca Journal, 28 April 1969, p. 16.

Marcham, Jane. “Forty-One Cornell Say They Will Stay If…” Ithaca Journal. 28 April 1969, p. 15.

Fernow, Karl. “Cornell: ‘Something… Is Needed’.” Ithaca Journal, 29 April 1969, p.6. (Letter to editor)

Meagers, Gunnar. “Eradication of Racism.” Ithaca Journal, 27 May 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

“Faculty Falters in Leadership Role.” New York Times, 27 April 1969, Section 4, p1.

Wicker, Tom. “In the Nation: Humanity vs. Principle at Cornell.” New York Times, 27 April 1969, p. E17.

“Negroes’ View of Cornell: ‘Oppression, Insults…Death’” Washington Post, 27 April 1969, p. A8.

Bigart, Homer. “Perkins Denounces Black Separatism; Concedes Cornell Paid a High Price for Negro Peace Talks.” New York Times, 28 April 1969, p. 15.

Feeny, Karen. “The Week at Cornell and the News Media.” Ithaca Journal, 28 April 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

Fox, Sylvan. “Group Opposes Campus Violence.” New York Times, 28 April 1969, p. 20.

“Guns on Campus and off.” New York Times, 28 April 1969, p.

Nordheimer, Patricia. “Rights Unit Seeks Employee.” Ithaca Journal, 28 April 1969, p. 15.

“Perkins Lifts ‘Situation of Emergency’ Imposed to Avoid Armed Clashes on Cornell Campus.” New York Times, 28 April 1969, p. 15.

Spiegel, Irving. “Negro Students Criticized by Rustin.” New York Times, 28 April 1969, p. 17.

“Assembly Okays Gun Measure.” Ithaca Journal, 29 April 1969, p. 10.

“Cornell is a Leader.” Ithaca Journal, 29 April 1969, p. 16.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell’s Future is Debated Bitterly.” New York Times, 29 April 1969, p. 31.

“Faculty Discusses Constituent Assembly.” Ithaca Journal, 29 April 1969, p. 18.

“Cook Supports Gun Registration.” Ithaca Journal, 29 April 1969, p. 10.

“150 March at Cornell.” New York Times, 30 April 1969, p. 28.

Bigart, Homer. “Cornell Inquiry Asked by Perkins: University Seeks Freedom Guarantee." 30 April 1969, p. 28.

“Campus Disruption in City and Elsewhere.” New York Times, 30 April 1969, p. 29.

“Confrontation.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 7.

“Early Reaction From Cornell Alumni to Recent Events Varied.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 17.

“More ‘Working Class’.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p.

Miller, Natalie. “Says National News Coverage Incomplete.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 7.

“Professors’ Unit Issues Statement.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 10.

Langdon, Jerry. “Says Faculty Must ‘Adapt’.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 7.

“President Urges Colleges to Meet Disorder Firmly.” New York Times, 39 April 1969, p. 1.

Hansen, Art. “Reactions to Guns Hysterical.” Ithaca Journal, 30 April 1969, p. 6. (Letter to editor)

Tips

David Burak, SDS member and supporter of Black students, speaking in front of Straight during takeover.


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