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Newspaper article describing the number of police prepared to move against the students who had locked administrators inside Ballantine Hall. No police entered the building, and the students disbanded on their own at the end of the meeting.

Taken…

Newspaper article describing resolutions passed by the IU Student Senate regarding the events surrounding Moratorium Day and Joel Allen's suspension. The Senate condemned the vandalism of Rawles Hall and the pie attack on Clark Kerr, but was…

Newspaper article relating how leftist student leader and teaching assistant Joel Allen was suspended from the position for "professional misconduct." Allen had been active in Moratorium Day protests and led students in bailing out Jim Retherford…

Newspaper article relating how leftist student leader and teaching assistant Joel Allen was suspended from the position for undisclosed reasons. Allen had been active in Moratorium Day protests and led students in bailing out Jim Retherford from…

Newspaper article containing an interview with IU leftist student leader Joel Allen. In it, Allen offers his perspectives on the recent Moratorium day protests, the ROTC, and New Left politics in general.

Taken from the IU Archives' reference…

Newspaper opinion column describing the comments of Monroe County Sheriff Clifford Thrasher regarding the bailing out of prison of Jim Retherford by a large group of IU students.

Taken from the IU Archives' reference file "Student Demonstrations…

Photograph depicting Jim Retherford walking with Joel Allen and others after being bailed out of jail the night of October 14, 1969. Leftist student leader Joel Allen is seen on Retherford's right. Retherford is still wearing the devil costume he…

Photograph depicting Jim Retherford carried on the shoulders of an elated crowd after being bailed out of jail the night of October 14, 1969. Leftist student leader Joel Allen can be seen immediately in front of Retherford. Retherford is still…

Newspaper article describing the various protest marches that took place on the IU campus as part of the nationwide Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam. While the majority of protesters were peaceful, a small number vandalized Rawles Hall, the home…

Newspaper article describing an incident wherein the former president of the University of California, Clark Kerr, was attacked with a pie while delivering a speech at IU. The assailant was Jim Retherford, onetime IU student and former editor of theā€¦