Total UW–Madison enrollment, fall 1967: 33,000
Demonstrators inside the Commerce Building on Oct. 18, 1967: 200 to 250
Total crowd size: At least 2,000 and perhaps as many as 5,000
Number of police officers: At least 150
Length of protest: About seven hours
Weapons used by protesters: Rocks, sticks, pipes, shoes, bricks
Weapons used by police: Billy clubs, tear gas
Number of students treated for injuries at hospitals: Nearly 50
Extent of injuries: Two suffered fractures of minor hand bones. Of the 25 with head and face injuries, 14 had lacerations.
Number of police officers treated for injuries at hospitals: 19
Extent of injuries: One detective required surgery after being struck in the face by an unknown object and knocked unconscious.
Number of protesters suspended by the university: 13
Number of protesters charged with disorderly conduct: 10
Number of students absent from classes the next day in the College of Letters & Science due to a student strike: 4,000 out of 17,000
Number of students typically absent from classes in the College of Letters & Science on any given day: 1,000
Percentage of UW–Madison students in a late 1967 survey who replied affirmatively to the question, “Have you ever been an active participant in any student demonstration?”: 27 percent