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PAFE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1966

PAV1~ TWO THE MIChIGAN DAJLV FRIDAY, NOVEMBEU 4,1966

Romney's Supportei
Plans foir President

DETROIT UP) - While Gov.
George Romney refuses to look
beyond next Tuesday's election-
and discourage others from doing
so-plans are afoot to start a drive,
for the 1968 Republican presiden-
tial nomination on his behalf, TheI
Associated Press has learned.
Romney and his political ad-
visors are awaiting the country's;
reaction to. .his expected victory
before making any plans or taking
any concrete ,steps, sources close
to the governor say.
Wait and See
"We .will have to wait and see
the size of his win and the prom-

inence of his position-the kind
of call he gets from citizens and
national party leaders--before we
do anything new," one source said.
"The situation that draws men
into the national arena has not
occurred yet," he added.
While not ruling out the possi-
bility of a 1968 presidential drive,
sources close to the governor in-
sist that Romney "is really doing
what he keeps telling the press
h('s doing: concentrating on this
year's election.
Take-off
Observers expect Romney to
take off running toward 1968 in

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FRIDAY, NCV. 4 on Learning and Teaching work-
9:00 a-m. - Computer. Funda- shop aon "Programmed Instruc-

s Initiate
ial Drive
his nationally televised interview
on "Meet the Press," scheduled forz
the Sunday following the election.-
His role in a December meeting
of the National Governor's Con-
ference at White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va., a Republican governors1
meeting on an undetermined date,l
and out-of-state speaking engage-
ments will figure as part of his
campaign, some observers say.,
But sources close to the gover-
nor say there will be little change1
in his activities before next Jan. 1.
A vacation, the 1967-68 state bud-
get and the annual state-of-the-{
state message will take up mucht
of his time until then.
Organization
These sources also concede that1
if there is to be any sort of drive
for the presidency. Romney willf
need an organization geared to4
handle it, and that the likely man
to sit at the controls is Robert J.
McIntosh, Romney's key advisor
and currently director of the new
state Department of Commerce.
"There has been some paper-r
work, some thought given to thist
by those around the governor, but,
no hard planning, no overt activ-
ity," McIntosh said.t
As for citizen support, the Rom-t
ney for President clubs that col-,
lapsed when Romney refused to
encourage them in 1964 are about
to try again.
Announc'em'ent
George A. Zimmerman, a Dallas
computer manufacturer who or-
ganized and headed the group of
dedicated amateurs two years ago,
said in a telephone interview Wed-
nesday that he "will make an an-
nouncement shortly."
He declined to say what the
announcement would be or when
it would be made.
The organization claimed chap-
ters in 20 states.

'Sick' Police
To Return t(
PONTIAC, Mich.-All 20 police- was
men scheduled to work the even- the s
ing shift in this city of 85,000 Wa
reported for work yesterday, ap- migh
parently ending what Mayor Wil- of d
liam H. Taylor, Jr., had called a woul
police strike. Th
City Manager Joseph A. Warren ed 66
said that the policemen agreed to Sgt
return to duty in response to a head
plea by the police chief and the Polic
head of the patrolmen's union. :cast
The sick calls started Wednes- static
day after the city refused to nego- "If
tiate a pay raise for policemen, said,;
sibili
Mayor William H. Taylor Jr. job.a
called it a strike and said that socia
protection of the city's 85,000 res- settle
idents had been severely threat-
ened in the face of a surprise Co
storm that dumped five inches of mino
snow on the ground, tor
to ref
Sick Calls Mo
Twenty-two new sick calls came police
earlier today from patrol units since
and the Traffic Bureau. Despite day.
the storm, there was no emer- Te
gency. after:
Supervisory police personnel, ands
manning practically all duty sta- nidn
tions, said motorists were driving they
more cautiously and that crime Harr)
k-
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NO 2-6264
STARTS
TOMORR
How Harry Hinkle became
OR: some people
will do anything
for $249,000.92

mental. Workshop sessions at
North Campus Commons.
9:00 a.m. - Programmed In-
structions Seminar in the East
Conference Rm. of Rackham. ,
4:30 p.m. - Prdf.' Rudolf_ Ek-
steing .f the Reiss-Davis Child
Study Center of -California will
speak. on "Psychoanalysis in a
University Setting"- at the Chil-
dren's Psychiatric Hospital.
7:00 p.m. -- Cinema II presents
Albert Finney" in 'Tom "Janes" in
Aud.A of Angell Hall.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Gvild
will present the second in the Apu
Trilogy series, "Aparajito" in
Architecture Aud.
8:00 p.m, - The Professional
Theatre Program will present the
APA's production of Satre's "The
Flies" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
8:30 p.mi.-UniversityWoodwind
Quintet will present a contempor-
ary chamber' music concert in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
SATURDAY, NOV. a
9:00 a.m.-Computer Workshop
sessions at North Campus Com-
mons.
9:00 an.m,-Center for Research
Phone 482-2056
Entrance On. CARPENTER ROAD
NOW SHOWING OPEN 6:30 P.M.
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tion" in Rackham.
7:00 p.m. - Cinema II presents
Albert Finney in "Tom Jones" in
Aud. A of Angell Hall.
7 and 9 p.m. ,- Cinema Guild
will present "The World of -Apu."
in therArchitecture. Aud fA
8:00 p.m, - The Professional
Theatre Program will present the
APA's production of Satre's "The
Flies" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
SUNDAY, NOV. 6
2:30 p.m.-The APA Co. will
present a matinee performance of
Sartre's "The Flies" in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
4:15 p.m.-School of Music con-
cert: The Stanley Quartet in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
7:00 p-m--Cinema Guild will
present the entire "Apu Trilogy"
in the, Satyajit Ray Festival in
the Architecture Aud.

Agree
D Work
down, probably because of
torm.
arren said earlier that he
t require proof of illness from
nt oficers but said that talk
iscipline action at this time
d be premature.
e wave of sick calls had total-
6 by midnight.
t. Herbert C. Cooley, who
s the 104-member Pontiac
e Officers Association, broad-
his appeal over a local radio
on Wednesday night.
you are not really sick," he
"it is of course your respon-
ty to the city to be on the
It is the position of the as-
tion to exhaust all means of
ement before a strike."
oley said he would call
bership meeting later today
der to try to persuade officers
turn to work.
are than half of the city's 117
e officers have called in sick
the midnight shift Wednes-
'n of 12 men on Wednesday's
noon shift reported in sick
all nine men on yesterday's
ight shift called in .aying ' !
were ill, said Police Capt
y Nye.
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