Actuality of the student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley, that captures some of the following activities: approximately 7:25 pm, with President Kerr and Chancellor Strong watching from the steps of Sproul Hall (the crowd was unaware of their presence), Mario Savio proposes a meeting to be held the following Monday at the Sproul Hall steps between the UC Berkeley administration and the students. He reads the agreement forged by the protest leaders and University officials: 1. The student demonstrators shall desist from all forms of their illegal protest against University regulations. 2. A committee representing students (including leaders of the demonstration), faculty, and administration will immediately be set up to conduct discussions and hearing into all aspects of political behavior on campus and its control, and to make recommendations to the administration. 3. The arrested man will be booked, released on his own recognizance, and the University (complainant) will not press charges. 4. The duration of the suspension of the suspended students will be submitted within one week to the Student Conduct Committee of the Academic Senate. 5. Activity may be continued by student organizations in accordance with existing University regulations. 6. The President of the University has already declared his willingness to support deeding certain University property at the end of Telegraph Avenue to the City of Berkeley or to the ASUC. Savio puts acceptance of these conditions to a vote, and the group supports it. Savio requests that the demonstrators surrounding the police car "rise with dignity and walk home." Clark Kerr gives reporters a brief statement: "We feel that law and order has been preserved on the Berkeley campus," and the results of current action are "a great triumph for decency, good will, and reason." The agreement ends the formal demonstration. Recorded at the University of California, Berkeley, 2 Oct. 1964.