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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 18, 1968

WALLACE 'TIRED.
Humphrey, Muskie on t

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When he does, he tends to take care
of his own kind.
He designs a company that is
one heck of a good place for an
engineer to work..
You can tell LTV Aerospace Corporation
is an engineering oriented company.
The ratio of engineers to
everybody else is exceptionally high.
The computer support is tremendous.
The Robert McCuloch research
laboratory is the newest and one of the
finest big labs in the country.

not often
engineer
lets to
design
;ompany.

Humphrey
DETROIT-Hubert H. Hum-
phrey, pushing his presidential
drive in this labor state, acknowl-
edged Thursday that many work-
ers favor George C. Wallace be-
cause they think Humphrey favors
Negroes.
The Vice President trumpeted
his own and the Democratic par-
ty's record in helping workers and
in pressing welfare legislation
while he slammed at Richard M.
Nixon and called Wallace "a
union-busting governor."
With Humphrey were two stars
of the Detroit Tigers, winners of
the World Series. Flanked by
pitcher Mickey Lolich and out-

In Wichita, Kan., a Wallace aide
said the former governor was
being flown to Montgomery, Ala.,
on orders of Wallace's physician.
The aide said, "The governor is
beaten down by complete physical
exhaustion. They are taking him
home and putting him right to
bed."
Wallace said he was tired but
he would not change his schedule
because of fatigue.
Wallace told the Fort Worth
crowd that Nixon "looked down his
nose at Texans and Southerners.
Show me one thing the Repub-
licans have ever done for Texas
or Alabama and I'll get out of the
race for president."

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fielder Willie Horton, Humphrey
told a crowd estimated at 10.000 CHICAGO - Sen. Edmund S.
that the Tigers inspired him be- Muskie yesterday made his most
cause they "came from behind to upbeat comment to date on the
win the Series and I'll come from election prospects.

behind to win the election."
Humphrey told his audience in
Detroit's John F. Kennedy
: Square that he had heard some
workers were going to vote for
Wallace, former governor of Ala-
-Associated Press bama and third party candidate
HUBERT HUMPRHEY arrived at Kennedy Square in downtown for president.
Detroit yesterday flanked my that city's mayor, Jerome Cavanagh "And I know why," said Hum-
(lower center) and Detroit Tiger star outfielder Willie Horton. phrey. "Somebody told them that
Humphrey addressed a large lunchtime crowd for nearly 40 ob. eHumph eetha sotake otr
minutes. ,\workers will get your job and it
Smost likely will be a black man."
The Vice President said if he is
elected president, there will be
enough jobs for both blacks and
whites and he denounced those
who "spread rumors and hate,
pitting one man against another."
Wallace

The engineer who wants to be a
technical specialist here can do as well
as the engineer who gets into
administration.
The engineer who wants to keep
working on an advanced degree can.
do it right here.
And the projects: they range from deep
space to the ocean floor-military
and commercial aircraft, V/STOL;
launch vehicles; extra vehicular
activity research and development; high
mobility ground vehicles; missile
systems; computer, technical and
management services.

No question about it: the engineers
at LTV Aerospace are taking care of
themselves.
An LTV Aerospace representative will
tell you how to get in on it.
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23
Schedule an appointment or write:
College Relations Office,
LTV Aerospace Corporation,
P. 0. Box 5907, Dallas, Texas 75222.
An equal opportunity employer.

FORTH WORTH, Tex.-George
C. Wallace, American Independent
party candidate, showed signs of a
long, hard campaign, but drew a
crowd, estimated at 9,000 to 12,000
Thursday in the second stop of his
swing through Texas.
He told a crowd in a downtown
Fort Worth park, "don't think
we're just strong in this region of
the country," noting that he is
now on the ballot for President in
all 50 states.
Wallace scheduled a fund-raising
dinner and a rally Thursday night
at Longview, Tex., a part of the
"Old South" of this multiregion
state and a place where he expects
to have considerable strength in
the Nov. 5 balloting.
But he cancelled plans to spend
the night in Longview, telling re-
porters he is flying to Alabama to
make television tapes.
He said he is cancelling plans to
appear in Kansas and Missouri
today but will go to Washington'
Saturday.

He said that if he had ever felt
as good about a Maine state elec-
tion as he does now about the na-
tional situation, "I'd be pretty con-
fident" of victory.
He qualified his statement be-
fore a Chicago television audience,
however, saying "but that's a mil-
lion people and we're talking about
200 million and I'm not sure my
exposure gives me an accurate pic-
ture."
He said new poll 'figures should
be available about the first of
next week.
"I'll be very surprised if they
don't show some movement in our
favor," he said. "If they don't I'll
be disappointed. If they do, we've
got a horse race."
Muskie rode in a ticker tape
parade through Chicago's Loop to
the Sherman House, where he ad-
dressed a luncheon of the Cook
County Chicago Democratic Com-
mittee.
Riding with him in an open con-
vertible were Gov. Samuel H. Sha-
piro and Mayor Richard J. Daley,
both Democrats.,
Police officials estimated the
lunch hour crowd at 100,000.
In a speech to approximately 400
persons Muskie said that only
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
phrey is qualified "by experience,
by philosophy, by character, to as-
sume the Presidency of the United
States."
He criticized Richard M. Nixon
for refusing to debate with Hum-
phrey and for "a lack of leader-
ship" record. He called George C.
Wallace a "threat to American
society."
He said whoever is elected "must
be able to inspire his countrymen
and elevate the human spirit'and
neither Mr. Nixon nor Mr. Wallace
is capable of providing that ;kind
of leadership."

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