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At that time Judge Richard S. Thomasello issued a temporary restraining order and not the Wednesday hearing date.
Essentially the Same
Steiner said yesterday that the temporary restraining order that is now in effect is essentially the same in legal effect as a preliminary injunction.
Bok said last night that "we are renewing our effort s to find some basis a peaceful and non-violent evacuation of the building." despite the fact that there those who want "more dramatic but ultimately unwise action toward the people in the building."
However, no solution had been reached at 2.30 a.m.
In a resolution voted yesterday the Faculty Council a voiced full support of Bok's Friday statement of principle. The Council also expressed support of the Administration's efforts to end the occupation "In harmony with the nature of the University and the well-being of its members." The Faculty Council implored the students in Mass Hall to end their occupation of the building.
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