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Quiet, anxious faces gathered around every available radio. November 23, 1963; though an entire nation, an entire world mourned, innocence knew no tragedy. t I-i
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1 THE FACE OF TRAGEDY The incidental fact that President Kennedy ' s death on Nov. 22 canceled UCLA ' s Homecoming was, in fact, more than incidental For once, students were brought out of their own narrow paths and forced to confront the reality of na- tional tragedy. A stark, rare lesson: that of an individual momentarily halting and forever altering U.S. history. ( Although thousands of UCLA students heard the shattering news of the President ' s death, they reacted as one. Their faces mirrored the tragedy.
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Il " Governor GEORGE WALLACE spoke on his well-known stand on integratioif. SPEAKERS During the past year, a variety of organi- zations sponsored an equally varied group of speakers. Student interest and often delight in controversial speakers sometimes left the chagrined administration holding the bag. For the first time since 1950, the Regents allowed a communist speaker on campus. Birchers and segregationists soon followed. Prospective presidential candi- dates found the university an ideal place to expound their views. With this gamut of speakers, students had an opportunity to see and hear the characters making news. CORE, protesting Governor Wallace ' s appearance, paraded to Hyde Park and rallied their group with speech and song. Campus Police exercised their authority during the Wallace speech and checked all briefcases for dangerous articles. Appearances of controversial speakers like Healy and ' Wal- lace drew the news crews from local and network television. SHRIVER recruited for Peace Corps during his visit to UCLA. Peace Corps Director R. SARGENT SHRIVER spoke in the Grand Ballroom at noon, part of an all day tour of campus and recruitment.
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