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Page Eight


1Nednesday, March 27 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 27 1968

McCarthy Woos GOP;
RFK Speaks on Draft


SEATTLE (P)-Sen. Robert F.
Kennedy stepped up his appeal
Tuesday for the support of college
students in his drive for the Dem-
ocratic presidential nomination.
"If you'll help," he told 8,000
cheering University of Washington
students, "we can win in Chicago,
we can win in November, and we
can have a new day for the Unit-
ed States of America."
Meanwhile, in Stevens Point,
Wisconsin, Sen. Eugene J. Mc-
Carthy moved into traditionally
Republican central Wisconsin yes-
terday in a frank bid for Repub-
lican votes to swell his total in
next Tuesday's primary contest
with President Johnson.
The Draft
But the New York Democrat,
given an opportunity to score ex-
tra points with his student audi-
ence when questioned on the draft,
They cheered lustily when he
said he would "like to develop in
the United States a professional
army so that we would not have
to rely on the draft.
But then he added, "However,
while the war in South Vietnam
is taking place I am in favor of
a lottery system. And student
deferments should be abolished."
Receiving a mixed response to
that statement, which he has
made before, Kenedy asked:
"Is it fair, in your judgment,
to those others that they should
be drafted and have to go to Viet-
nam? Why should it be those who
are poor who have to bear the
"Should you be deferred be-
cause you have the advantage of
this kind of life, while Negroes,
Mexican Americans, Indians and
others are the ones who are fight-
ing and dying for us now?"'
Kennedy was surrounded as he
spoke by about a dozen signs
reading "McCarthy Country."
Kennedy drew his biggest ova-
tion when he told the students the
primary significance of Sen. Eu-
gene McCarthy's strong showing
in the New Hampshire primary
is not the number of votes but
the fact that it showed "the desire
of the people for a change from
Lyndon Johnson."
Wisconsin's voters nay cast
either ballot in the open primary,
and with Richard M. Nixon coast-
ing on a long lead in the Repub-
lican race, a heavy crossover to
the Democratic ballot has been

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Sen. McCarthy in Madison

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predicted, although GOP leadersf
are trying to head it off.I
At a qulestion and answer per-
iod in Wisconsin Rapids, McCar-
thy was reminded by a member
of the audience that Vice Presi-
dent Hubert Humphrey had said
President Johnson was the only
real peace candidate and was will-
ing to negotiate at "any time, any
McCarthy replied, "I/m willing
to negotiate at a specific time,
and a specific place, and on a
specific proposition.
"They haven't said where or
when, or on what conditions," the
Minnesota Democrat said of the
administration spokesmen. And,
he said, as he has in the past,
that he feels the United States
would have to be "prepared to
accept a coalition government in
Vietnam which would include the
National Liberation Front forces."
Monday night at Madison,
where more than 15,000 persons
crowded the coliseum with the
largest audience of his campaign,
his own supporters were joined
by those of Sen. Robert F. Ken-

nedy-who has urged such support
in Wisconsin-and by Wisconsin's
Republican first lady.
But yesterday with McCarthy,
who has described himself on oc-
casion as leader of a "Children's
Crusade," there were reports of
dissension in the ranks-and some
possible changes.
Asked by newsmen about ru-
mors of staff frustration and dis-
content, McCarthy said that such
signs were standard in a political
campaign and added, "I have not
accepted any resignations."

Genteral Notices

IST Ocean Engineering Seminar
Series - Vice Admiral Charles B. Mar-
tell, USN (Ret.), until recently Director
of Antisubmarine Warfare Programs in
the Office of the Chief of Naval Oper-
ations, will give the eighth seminar,
entitled "Ocean Engineering Aspects of
Antisubmarine Warfare," Thurs., March
28, at 2:30 p.m. in the Main Lecture
Hall of the Chrysler Center for Con-
tinuing Engineering Education.
Colloquium in Education - Arthur
Pearl. Director, Division of Remedial
Education, University of Oregon, "The
Irrelevancy of the Schools; What Does
the Future Hold?" Thurs., March 28,
131 Bus. Ad. Bldg., 4:00 p.m.




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" 'Tis deeds must win the prize."

This past weekend, over 130 students from the University of
Michigan, with over a thousand other students from the whole
Midwest traveled to Wisconsin by bus, car, and plane to de-
vote two days of work to the presidential campaign of SENA-
TOR EUGENE McCARTHY. Students returning from the trip


Most of those who went last weekend have

may be available. We require a minimum of $5.

Sign up for

decided to go back this weekend. 250 others have also signed
up; but Wisconsin is begging for much more help.
All who can drive are uraed to do so. For those who cannot,

buses through Friday on Diag or at Fishbowl, or at IMPORT-
ANT MEETING TONIGHT at 7:30 in the Ist-floor auditorium
of the 2-story wing of the Physics-Astronomy Building (all as-

pects of the trip will be discussed).

Those planning to drive

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