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Governor Warren G. Knowles last night asked the Wisconsin State Legislature to adopt a bill saying:

(1) Any student convicted of a Criminal offense arising from a campus disturbance at a State university shall be immediately expelled from that institution, not to be readmitted to any state school for a period of one year.

(2) Any student expelled from a state university for participating in a demonstration who enters the grounds of any state university without the consent of a university officer shall be guilty of criminal trespass.

(3) Any faculty member convicted of a criminal offense arising from a campus disturbance must be dismissed from his post and may not hold another teaching job at a state university unless his case is reviewed by the State Board of Regents.

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