The Continuing Crisis

The Continuing Crisis From the world of sport we hear that Mr. Joe Frazier beat Muhammed Ali to retain the heavyweight boxing championship of the world, but in the World Championship Worm Races...

...The Unidex poll of college students found that just over half of them could name both their senators...
...And Mr...
...And, though it was revealed in New York City by the De Laval Separator Company that dairy cows-the classic symbol of tranquil existence-are producing more milk than ever before, police in Berkeley took advantage of a peaceful, rock-throwing, anti-war demonstration to experiment with two new weapons for riot control, the "stun gun" and the "ricochet round...
...Nixon submitted . Congress a bill asking for appropriation of over two billion dollars for the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Detroit Zoo announced that a Cobra, a Siberian tigress, a rhinoceros, four elk, two camels and eight bison are in the family way...
...From Chicago came word that something was finally going to be done about Mother's Day...
...At Northwestern University Mr...
...Edward Bloomquist claimed that marijuana can harm personality when taken internally, and in West Iran five more narcotics smugglers were executed bringing the total to seventy-five in the last twenty months...
...A group representing the hopes of literally millions of American women demanded that the traditional day be replaced by International Women's Day...
...And Presidential hopeful George McGovern, the man the New Republic has called "too decent" for the presidency and the man who has promised to bring "Candor and reason" back to political discourse, showed that he is also somewhat of a scholar when he pot the United States' bombing of Indochina into perspective, essaying it the "most barbaric act that's been committed by any modern power since the death of Adolph Hitler...
...Johnson is now 8'2" tall and weighs 431 pounds...
...Senator Strom Thurmond walked out in the midst of Mr...
...Dr...
...Joe Frazier beat Muhammed Ali to retain the heavyweight boxing championship of the world, but in the World Championship Worm Races in Brighton, England, Wippie Willie II was upset by Toy Token Tom...
...Delores Johnson who suffers from a glandular problem causing her to continue to grow...
...Speaking for the group, a human being by the name of Dillon said "We want to reward ourselves for more than waiting on husbands and cleaning dirty diapers...
...South Vietnamese troops penetrated deeper still into Laos and Cambodia, severing the Ho Chi Minn Trail, despite spunky resistance...
...The struggle for an asceptic environment continues...
...New Mexico State University announced that it has in the last two years graduated 250 students with degrees in horseshoeing...
...The eight-inch thoroughbred electrified the crowd by covering the two-foot plate glass course of the Brighton Worm Prix in one minute and seven seconds-sixty-eight seconds under the record held by Wippie Willie II's alleged sire, the late Wippie Willie I. Senator Edward (Teddy) Kennedy got his drivers license back, and the Apollo 14 astronauts returned from their successful moon mission...
...John Edward Corbally Jr...
...Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans banned the killing of whales by American whalers...
...There was unrest at Columbia University again this time over those bombings in Laos, and during an anti-war demonstration at Stanford pacifists shot two students as they stood by the headquarters of a conservative-libertarian student organization...
...another bomb was exploded in the New School for Social Research...
...The chairman of the Young Americans for Freedom doubted the effort would succeed...
...Rioting went on in Northern Ireland where six British soldiers were killed, and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals claimed that there was a disturbing increase in the number of dogs suffering nervous breakdowns in that embattled country...
...By the end of the first week in March, American officials had admitted the loss of sixty helicopters on support missions over Laos and Cambodia...
...A spokesman for a group calling itself the National Student Association, said they wanted this action to be "a grass roots (continued on page 2ft)CONTINUING CRISIS (continued from page ?) thing...
...Senator Fulbright expressed displeasure over the bombings, offering the observation that to send American troops into Laos would probably be "illegal...
...On 1 March anti-war demonstrators bombed the capitol...
...The Associated Press carried the story...
...Dr...
...We want a day that recognizes us as human beings...
...But it appeared American's repressive ways were becoming contagious when the Moosejaw, Saskatchewan, City Council passed a law requiring pedestrians to walk on the right side of the sidewalk to keep them from "bumping into each other...
...Knutson's discourse...
...Nixon was burned but only in effigy...
...Four dozen people jammed into a Louisville, Kentucky office to fast for fifty-four hours in an attempt to see if the world in the year 2000 will be as uncomfortable as they expect...
...became the thirteenth president of the University of Illinois and declared that the young generation is "far ahead of any before...
...But a most disturbing development took place in Brazil when the government decided to legalize cock fighting, In Washington Representative Clarence J. Brown of Ohio introduced a bill calling for abolishment of the Senate and its replacement by a House of Lords...
...And a band of antiwar protesters announced plans to get what they called a "People's Peace Treaty" placed on ballots across the country in what was described as a "new attempt to end the Vietnam war...
...Nixon delivered his State of the World Address which struck many as a superficial account...
...On 8 February Mr...
...It remains doubtful whether the nation will respond...
...But there was good news from the 360th Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron when it announced that the entire crew of Captain Craig Smith's EC-47 Skytrain is named Smith...
...Walter Trohan reported in the Chicago Tribune that more than 27 million gallons of liquor, beer and wine were sold in the capital in the twelve months ending 30 June...
...Peter Knutson, an eighteen-year-old freshman at Stanford, divulged to the Senate Armed Services Committee his findings that the Senators had betrayed the Constitution, committed hypocrisy and aroused the hatred of young people by forcing them to fight in Vietnam...
...Still there were some bright spots as the enlightened Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill on 16 February prohibiting exhibition of albino persons in the state...
...Texas physicians have announced that they will operate on Mrs...
...Nevertheless, in Baltimore a judge ruled that the Baltimore police department could not refuse to hire a man because he is a nudist...
...The General Student Senate at the University of Maine decided to finance loans from the university's student activities fees for coeds purchasing abortions in New York...

Vol. 4 • April 1971 • No. 5


 
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