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® AMAZING STREET SCENES resulted from Sydney University students' street procession this week when tear gas,, flour bombs and water hoses were used in street battles that disrupted traffic. Police and public spectators suffered as flour, gas, water and eggs were showered. These graphic pictures show stages of the melee.
® Students pelt each other with fLur bombs, strtiggle for a hose. Streets were littered. At one stage an artificial fog blanketed main thoroughfares.
@ Tram is stopped in City Road as students — men and ivomen — battle around it. Bedraggled girl (right) is taking flour bombs from a box. Another girl (left) flees. Passengers stay aboard to dodge flying missiles.
I© Trams bank up and traffic is blocked. Student in foreground is aboiit to ward off a bomb. Behind him a man and a girl pelt bombs in another direction. Girl (left) is flour-spattered, dren ched.