Hayakawa interview & Murray’s lawyer

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KTVU’s Andrea Boggs interviews S.I. Hayakawa at home about his ambition to be made permanent in his role as President of SF State College. He predicts a peaceful Fall semester, claims that his permanent appointment as college President would be good for morale and goes on to address press speculation that he might run for the US Senate. He is seen later in a press conference after the Trustees have indeed confirmed his permanent appointment, reemphasizing his intention to maintain stability at State: “I remain a liberal … but I am also an administrator.” There is a brief glimpse of Dr Nathan Hare interrupting Hayakawa’s speech in the McKenna Theater (see KQN 241 and KPIX 37732A) and closes with George Mason Murray’s lawyer describing his client’s religious conversion and conditions of probation to reporters.

Event
1968 SF State Student Strike
Type of material
archival news film
Duration
6:13
16mm color magnetic sound film
Rights for this video belong to
Cox Enterprises Inc/KTVU
Date aired
1969-07
Originally aired on
KTVU News
Identifier
KTVU 88
Views
3061

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