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Witnesses for the Commonwealth offered contradictory testimony yesterday afternoon in the trial of nineteen demonstrators who are appealing convictions stemming from last April's occupation of University Hall.
Defense lawyers will call their last witness this morning, and expect the jury to reach verdict this afternoon.
Yesterday, two student reporters differed with Dean Watson and Fred L. Glimp '50, former Dean of the College, over whether or not demonstrators in University Hall could leave the building within five minutes of Glimp's warning that they would be considered trespassers.
The deans said they could: the reporters-William M. Kutik '70, formerly of the CRIMSON, and Robert D. Euskin '72, of WHRB-said they saw police inside the building making arrests only two or three minutes after Glimp spoke.
Defense witness Winfield B. Perry '70 testified that he saw one of the 19 defendants least ten years outside the police cordon around University Hall at the time police entered the building.
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