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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

5a#urday, July 30, 1977

Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, ~uIy 30, 1977

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Judge halts construction
of Kent State gymnasium

(Conti nued from Page 1)
NATIONAL PARK SER
historians wil determine
ther parts of the campus s
be designated a landmark
their study probably won
finished until March 1978
Interior Department has
I mated.
No hearing date was s
Lambros, but it is expec
court session would be held
week.
"It's an indication of t'
to come," Canfora said.
been a long road ... We'v
to keep the pressure on
will win the victory-"
MEMBERS of the May 4
lition, who had occupied th
twice before, say constr
will desecrate the area.
Early yesterday, cot
members scaled a six-foo
chain link fence and reocc
the site of the proposed
They linked arms and ch
slogans, but were remov
unarmed police about
hours later.
After they were arreste
By the time
we're old enough to
have children, we've
been thoroughly sold
on the idea.
By our parents,
our grandparents,
our friends and
neighbors, the media,
everyone.
It's hard to
remember we ever
had a choice in the
first place.
But there is a
choice., Having a
child is a tremendous
responsibility and
an important decision.
Probably the most
important decision
we'll ever make.
And oce it's
made, it can never
be undone.
Just remember..
you do have a choice.
So think about it,
and do what's right
for you.
For more information write:
------ - ------ -- -- --
National
Organization
for
Non-Parents
806 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
Id like to know more about N .o.1
Please send me your free
"Am I Parent M-ateralt package.
address
cty/staieap
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loaded into university buses,
VICE the protesters who had stayed
whe- outside the fence ran to a gate
hould where the buses were to leave
, but and formed a human chain
't be across the road
, the THEY REFUSED to move
esti- until a line of deputies carry-
ing clubs but no guns broke
et by through the protesters, knock-
ted a ing about six of them to the
I next ground.
While the 61 were booked in
hings Ravenna, about 100 onlookers
"It's watcher ground broken uncere-
'e got moniously by the bulldozer.
. We "When you look out there and
see that machine tear at the
Goa. earth, I hope it tears a bit at
e site your heart," said Jerry Carr,
action a University of Akron sOciol-
ogy instructor, while watching
alition the bulldozer.
t-high "THIS COULD BE a turning
upied point for many of you. I hope
gym. you don't end up smoking dope
anted and doing nothing else, or
ed by watching TV and doing nothing
four else, or trudging off to subur-
bia," Carr said.
d and Interim Kent State President
- Michael Schwartz, who has not
appeared at the site, issued a
statement yesterday supporting
he action taken by campus po-
lice and deputies.
le called the takeover at-
tempt "a clear and flagrant
violation of a court order."
"IT IS IMPORTANT for the
public and the entire university
community to understand that
the issue at hand is not the
construction of a health, physi-
cal education and recreation
building. It is an issue of re-
spect for the law," Schwartz
said.
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