Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Protest against Mayor Joseph L. Alioto, March 1969.
Slowick, Frederick J.
News segment on WGTB FM, "The Voice of Georgetown University", opens with the voice of Frederick J. "Fred" Slowick (F 1972). A special report by Peter Bary Chowka (C 1971) describes disruptions by students, mostly from other Washington schools, to an appearance by San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto in Gaston Hall earlier that evening. The report includes a recording of protestors chanting outside Gaston Hall as Mayor Alioto arrives and as they later attempt to gain access to the Hall. The recording also includes an interview with Richard McSorley, S.J., who speaks at the 7 minute 42 second mark about reasons for the protests. James "Jim" M. Illig (C 1970), the Public Affairs Director of WGTB, is also heard introducing a recording of a press conference given by Mayor Alioto in "a secluded part of the university" after he had been forced from Gaston Hall and a subsequent message from the Mayor to Georgetown University students.
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