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FBI .agents and a State legislative committee continued inquiries into the campus disorder and the Clarke County grand jury will start hearings Monday into what Prosecutor Marshall Pol lock described as Wednesday night’s mob action. Get-Tough Policy Adopted Mr. Pollock said both stu dents and non-students who violate the law will be pros ecuted. The university announced a get-tough policy designed to prevent further disorders. Joseph A. Williams, dean of students, warned that “students attending and taking part in riots and demonstrations will be suspended and expelled.” Mr. Williams also noted that city ordinances provide for the arrest and prosecution of per sons holding parades and mass > demonstrations without per [ mission. Students Are Warned He said members of fraterni- J ties and sororities would jeo pardize their chapter charters by participating in demonstra ■ tions. He said local advisers and > national headquarters are be • Ing asked to work with students to enforce law and order. i Attorneys for the two stu- > dents said after a telephone conference with university of- f ficials that plans had been b completed for their re-admis- sion. Details were kept confi dential. Neither student has a class until 9 am. Monday but an attorney said they will be there by 8 aan., the deadline set in a Federal court order for the i university to lift their suspen sions. Negroes Suspended The Wednesday violence was followed by suspension of the Negro students by university officials and their reinstate ment by a Federal judge yes -1 terday. After a two-hour closed conference in Macon with . counsel for the State and the - Negroes, United States District i Judge W. A. Bootle said he was not convinced that State en- - forcement agencies were inade i quate to maintain order. 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