Thursday. May 19, 1977
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Kent State students protest
Continued from Page 8)
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KENT, Ohio (AP) - You'd
think they'd want to forget. In-
stead, they've, pitched a tent
city to make sure everyone re-
Tentropolis, they call it some-
times. A collection of 70 tents
set up on a grassy slope where
National Guardsmen fired on
antiwar protesters on May 4,
The 13-second barrage of gun-
fire cut down four students,
founded nine others and made
Kent State University a name
that still brings back memories
of violence. -
NOW THE SCHOOL wants to
build a gymnasium annex on
the site, and about 130 protest-
ers have been camped there
since last Friday and say they'll
remain as long as necessary
to stop the construction.
"Please, no alcohol or drugs,"
says a sign reflecting the seri-
ousness of the protesters' mood.
"Help us - If you want to
party, please do it elsewhere,
The determined students
aren't so much protesting
against war, but for the preser-
vation of the site of their most
renowned antiwar protest,
AT THIS YEAR'S annual May
4 candlelight vigil, some stu-
dents went to a trustees' meet-
ing to object to the annex,
Which would cut a wedge into
the hill below where the guards-
men stood. It was the board's
final decision last week to go
ahead with construction that
caused the tents to go up.
KSU President Glenn Olds
said the annex has been plan-
ned since 1965 and the decision
The' students hope not.
"I can't speak for anybody-
else," one student said. "But
I'm going to stay here until
they. agree to forget the build-
ing or until they physically re-
OLDS SAID yesterday that
the protesters will not be al-
lowed to remain on the slope
once construction begins later
this year. He said he hopes they
will leave voluntarily, but "they
will be removed legally and
physically if they do not."
Meanwhile, the students have
organized carefully, even set-
ting up a day-care center for
children. "Some days we have
as many as six or eight," said
Dqb Ungericht. of Dayton, who
cared for two children Tues-
"We move the ten every
three or'four days so we won't
kill the grass," she said.
MISS UNGERICHT, 22, said
1970 shooting Site
the 130 students, who represent cheese dish. Moist of 01s are
about 1 per cent of the student vegetari;ns, and vegetables are
body, "build no open fires and cheaper than meat.
cook only in hibachis. Each eve- "The university has been pret-
ning we have a community ty nice," she said. "They
meal. Last night it was a rice- brought us a fire extinguisher."
Carter asks wiretap curb
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Carter proposed legisla-
tion yesterday that would require government spies to be equipped
with a court warrant before using wiretaps or bugging devices
to watch agents of foreign powers operating in the United States.
The President told congressional leaders that the measure
would resolve an inherent conflict between preservation of hu-
man rights and the need for adequate intelligence for national
THE LEGISLATION, Carter said, has been approved with
"almost complete unanimity" by the executive branch, Congress
and the intelligence community. But several lawmakers said they
foresee a need for some changes in the bill.
Under current law, there are two kinds of electronic surveil-
lance. One kind requires the FBI to get approval from a fed-
eral judge for taps and bugs used to gather evidence about
THESE TAPS AND BUGS are used most often in investiga
tions of organized crime, particularly garmbling. The new pro-
posals do not directly affect this kind of spying.
The other type of electronic surveillance is used by the CIA
and the National Security Agency to gather intelligence about
foreign spies. These taps and bugs require the approval of the
attorney general but do not require warrants from a judge.
Carter's bill would require warrants in these circumstances.
Generally, the bill requires that the attorney general obtain
a court warrant from one of seven specially designated district
court judges before approving electronic surveillance of sus-
pected foreign agents.
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