QUESTION-What is your opinión of the bomb craters that were dug on the Diag? Can you suggest any altérnate sites? Steve Martin, Unversity Employee: 10,000 miles away from Vietnam as we are, we're innured to the devestation that the Vietnamese people have to live with daily, and we need that sort of reminder. Perhaps they should have been filled in by the people who dug them and Ho Chi Minh victory gardens planted nstead. Dig in front of the administraron building. Those people are in complicity with the powers responsible for the war. Edward Wilson, student: I don't think there's anything wrong with t. If people dig it, do t! Do t! The Diag s fine, man. If they don't like t, fuck 'em, that's what I say. Bill Curtís, University Microfilms: I think it il a very useful gesture n making people more aware of what happens when a bomb lands. They have to see somethina crete, because they can't relate to the fact that twenty-five B-52's went overhead. I think they could bedug n front of some of the bigger businesses around town. It might raise the consciousness of some of the people who work there. Gail Smith, student: I think t was good. It shbwed good purpose and meaning. Theyshould be kept on the University because it reminds people, everyday. This weeks Voice of the People is by Mike itzpatrick.