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Kent State Standoff #253061

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 10, 1977
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(Studio) Standoff at Kent State University conts.; university to go to court to end it.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Kent, Ohio) [MAN - warns protesters they must vacate area.] There's no trouble, however; campus police pass out copies of court order that mbrs. of May 4 Coalition must move. Protest with regard to proposed building on site of shooting in 1970. [PROTESTER - says they won't be moved.] [2nd PROTESTER - says record of what happened at Kent State and what they've done here must be made and no building should ever be built on site.] 2 military copters circle campus; National Guard can't explain them, except that there were scheduled maneuvers in general area. In Canton, Ohio, university board votes to seek court injunction against protesters.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Dean, Morton;
Kelley, Chris

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