Antiwar demonstrators clash with police outside Bush luncheon

Four antiwar demonstrators were arrested Monday in a brief clash with police outside the Union League Club in downtown Chicago where President George W. Bush had just finished lunch with civic leaders. The demonstrators tried to dart from the curb and into the street outside the club to stretch a large green banner saying "End the War and the Occupation" in front of Bush's motorcade. They continued to struggle as horse-mounted police forced them back to the curb. Four of those who defied the officers and struggled to get into the street with their banner were arrested and taken away in a police van.