Historical Archive

A3M: Encina Injunction

May 1, 1969
Complaint
Complaint for Temporary Restraining Order, Preliminary Injunction and Permanent Injunction Against Repeated Trespass and for Abatement of Nuisance, filed May 1, 1969, by attorneys for the plaintiff, The Board of Trustees of The Leland Stanford Junior University, against the defendants, Alan C. Alhadeff, John Wallace Avery, Ronald Berliant, Anne Claudia Bauer, William C. Black, Richard Steven Bogart, Barry Lincoln Capron, Robert Arden Delfs, Arthur M. Eisenson, Jeanne Toby Friedman, Barbara Ann Goldie, William Welsh Graham, Hallam Calvin Hamilton, Mary Ansorge Hanson, Stephen John Heiser, Marc David Heller, Kristin Dana Hind, Susan Lee Hudgens, Richard A. Levin, Michael Matthew Menke, John C. Perrin, Neal Okabayeshi, Dale Politzer, David Francis Pugh, Paul Rupert, Amanda Gwyn Rutherford, Wilbur Arroyo, James Ellis Shoch, John Frederick Shoch, Stephen S. Smith, Guy Douglas Smythe, Don Philip Stuart, Philip J. Trounstine, Michael David Vawter, Doren Weinberg, Michael M. Weinstein, Marc Allan Weiss, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred, inclusive.
May 1, 1969
Memorandum of Points and Authorities
May 1, 1969 memorandum filed by attorneys for the plaintiff, The Board of Trustees of The Leland Stanford Junior University, in support of the Complaint against the defendants.
May 1, 1969
Declaration for Assignment and Filing
May 1, 1969 declaration by Alf E. Brandon, Vice President for Business Affairs of The Leland Stanford Junior University.
May 1, 1969
Temporary Restraining Order
May 1, 1969 court issuance of a temporary restraining order against the defendants and order for them to appear on May 13, 1969, to show cause why they should not be so restrained.
May 1, 1969
Affidavits
Affidavits, dated May 1, 1969, from various individuals stating that they entered Encina Hall earlier on May 1 and reporting who and what they saw.
A3M Demands Withdrawal of Injunction
Untitled, unsigned, and undated document which begins, “In a meeting that lasted seven hours, 800 members of the A3M voted to demand that the Academic Senate of Stanford University ‘recommend’ that the administration withdraw a court injunction leveled at the movement.”
May 9, 1969
Motion Supporting Preliminary Injunction
Motion, filed May 9, 1969, in the Superior Court for Santa Clara County, titled, “Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Motion to Dissolve and in Support of Preliminary Injunction.” The plaintiff is The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University; and the defendants are Alan C. Alhadeff, John Wallace Avery, Ronald Berliant, Anne Claudia Bauer, William C. Black, Richard Steven Bogart, Barry Lincoln Capron, Robert Arden Delfs, Arthur M. Eisenson, Jeanne Toby Friedman, Barbara Ann Goldie, William Welsh Graham, Hallam Calvin Hamilton, Mary Ansorge Hanson, Stephen John Heiser, Marc David Heller, Kristin Dana Hind, Susan Lee Hudgens, Richard A. Levin, Michael Matthew Menke, John C. Perrin, Neal Okabayeshi, Dale Politzer, David Francis Pugh, Paul Rupert, Amanda Gwyn Rutherford, Wilbur Arroyo, James Ellis Shoch, John Frederick Shoch, Stephen S. Smith, Guy Douglas Smythe, Don Philip Stuart, Philip J. Trounstine, Michael David Vawter, Doren Weinberg, Michael M. Weinstein, Marc Allan Weiss, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred, inclusive.
May 9, 1969
Supplemental Declarations
Motion, filed May 9, 1969, in the Superior Court for Santa Clara County, titled, “Supplemental Declarations.” It consists of a collection of affidavits signed by Harry Press, Franklin Riddle, Michael Roberts, Joel Smith, Charles Shoens, Timothy Lawson, Robert Beyers, David Glen, John Hays, Gerald Gunther, Alexis Rubin, Charles Painter, and William Schwarzer. The plaintiff is The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University; and the defendants are Alan C. Alhadeff, John Wallace Avery, Ronald Berliant, Anne Claudia Bauer, William C. Black, Richard Steven Bogart, Barry Lincoln Capron, Robert Arden Delfs, Arthur M. Eisenson, Jeanne Toby Friedman, Barbara Ann Goldie, William Welsh Graham, Hallam Calvin Hamilton, Mary Ansorge Hanson, Stephen John Heiser, Marc David Heller, Kristin Dana Hind, Susan Lee Hudgens, Richard A. Levin, Michael Matthew Menke, John C. Perrin, Neal Okabayeshi, Dale Politzer, David Francis Pugh, Paul Rupert, Amanda Gwyn Rutherford, Wilbur Arroyo, James Ellis Shoch, John Frederick Shoch, Stephen S. Smith, Guy Douglas Smythe, Don Philip Stuart, Philip J. Trounstine, Michael David Vawter, Doren Weinberg, Michael M. Weinstein, Marc Allan Weiss, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred, inclusive.
May 16, 1969
Injunction
Court Order, dated May 16, 1969, granting a preliminary injunction which restrains the defendants and “all persons aiding and abetting them” from entering Stanford buildings for the purpose of disruption and restrains them from obstructing the normal use of Stanford facilities. The plaintiff is The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University; and the defendants are Alan C. Alhadeff, John Wallace Avery, Ronald Berliant, Anne Claudia Bauer, William C. Black, Richard Steven Bogart, Barry Lincoln Capron, Robert Arden Delfs, Arthur M. Eisenson, Jeanne Toby Friedman, Barbara Ann Goldie, William Welsh Graham, Hallam Calvin Hamilton, Mary Ansorge Hanson, Stephen John Heiser, Marc David Heller, Kristin Dana Hind, Susan Lee Hudgens, Richard A. Levin, Michael Matthew Menke, John C. Perrin, Neal Okabayeshi, Dale Politzer, David Francis Pugh, Paul Rupert, Amanda Gwyn Rutherford, Wilbur Arroyo, James Ellis Shoch, John Frederick Shoch, Stephen S. Smith, Guy Douglas Smythe, Don Philip Stuart, Philip J. Trounstine, Michael David Vawter, Doren Weinberg, Michael M. Weinstein, Marc Allan Weiss, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred, inclusive.
A3M Response to Injunction
A3M document titled, “Freedom and Justice, Power Elite Style,” claiming that the injunction violates rational processes and academic freedom.