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The Michigan Daily-Sunday,-September 23, 1979-Page 7

Despite polls, Carter confident of

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Carter said he has not received
proper credit for his accomplishments.
He said news organizations focus atten-
tion on his defeats and play down his
victories. And he said the polls them-
selves may not be accurately
measuring positive feelings toward him
because they don't count "fair" as a
positive rating.
"Where I come from, which is south-
west Georgia . . .if somebody says 'I
think he's doing a fair job,' that is a
high approbation," the president said.
IN THE MOST recent Associated
Press-NBC News poll, only 19 per cent
of the public gave Carter a good or ex-
cellent rating. The poll was conducted

Sept. 10-11.
Forty-nine per cent of those surveyed
rated the president's work "only fair"
and 30 per cent said it was poor. Two
per cent indicated they were not sure.
The exact wording of the question
was: "What kind of a job do you think
Jimmy Carter is doing as President?
Do you think he is doing an excellent
job, a good job, only a fair job or do you
think he is doing a poor job?"
"I WOULD like to have a 75 per cent
favorable rating, that would be very
nice," Carter said of the polls.
He added that polls are "a guideto
how the public feels, but, I think, of
very relatively little significance about
the outcome of an election that might be

held next year."
Carter has not yet announced his
candidacy for re-election. But during a
political visit to Columbia, S.C., on
Thursday, Rosalynn Carter said the
president had set a date for the announ-
cement. She did not reveal the date.
IN HIS interview Friday, Carter said
that "most of the decisions that have to
be made by a president are unpopular
ones." He cited his signing of the

f support
treaties relinquishing U.S. ownership of
the Panama Canal and his energy
policies.
Carter also said he is "naturally"
being held accountable for inflation.
"Another thing' is that you have
achievements that are not recognized,"
he said, adding:
"The press - without criticizing the
press - is not going to emphasize the
successes."

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Monday: PITCHER NIGHT
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28. beer brands you
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SAT., SEPT. 29 ONLY

to force brewers to disclose nitrosamine
content of beer and to give the industry
six months to eliminate the con-
taminents.
A part per billion is a very small
amount-the equivalent of one ounce of
vermouth in 10,000 tank cars of gin. But
scientists have said there is no known
safe level of exposure to cancer-causing
agents, in part because of their
cumulative impact.
THE FDA SAID its test results are
based on a "limited survey" of beer and
most of the figures below 5 ppb can only
be considered "presumptive" on a
scientific level since they can be detec-
ted but not absolutely confirmed by a
spectograph.
These are results of the FDA tests:
Domestic beers and their readings in
parts per billion (More than one figure
for a beer means several samples were
taken :

Schaefer 2 and 2.5; Budweiser 3.2, 4.4,
5.4, 5.8 and 5.3; Miller 1.7 and 1.8; Colt
45, 6 and 6.4; Schlitz 2.8, 7.5, 7.7 and 7.4;
Lowenbrau .8, 3 and 3.3; Colt 45 Silver
3; Stroh's none detectable in one test
and .9 in another; Olympia 1.7 and 1.9;
Old English-800 .9 and 1.3; Blitz-
Weinhard 6.2, 5.7 and 6.2; Carling Black
Label 4.6 and 4; Coors none detected;
National Bohemian 3.6 and 3.8; Old
Milwaukee 1.9 and 1.8; Pabst .7;
Tuborg 6.2 and 5.7; and Ballantine 1 and
.6.
Imports:
Kaiser Export 1; Paulander Muchen
.4; Stauder Spezial 3.1; Diekirch 1;
Dortmunder Union Special .5 and .6;
Theakston Old Peculiar .9 and .8;
Gosser Golden Rock 1.9; Heineken 3.6;
San Miguel 2.7 and 2.5; Molson 3.1 and
2.9; Molson Ale 3.4 and 3.3; Guiness
Stout, none detectable.

HIGHLAND HAS
A NEW NAME..*.

Highland Sound Shops announces the addition of the top-rated SAE audio gear. Receivers,
tuners, amplifiers, equalizers and cassette decks. You can buy SAE at Highland with
confidence. If you see a lower price anywhere in the area within 30 days of purchase, we'll
refund the difference, plus 10% of the difference. And as always, you get service from our own
service department.
By way of introducing this newest name in our line-up, we have priced several items at less than
our everyday low prices for 6 days only. Come meet SAE at Highland.

Gurudev Shree Parthssaraty
Vedanta Life Institute
Bombay, India
FREE LECTURE SERIES on:
"The Man of Perfection"
Mon. Sept. 24-Fri. Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Rackham Bldg., East Conference Rm., 4th Floor
International Center, Ethics & Religion
Studies in Religion

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The impulse noise reduction system reduces impulse noises
present in records and other program sources. Black face,
slide rule control switch. Regular $209.88. Save 6 days only!

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We still have a few larger
model refrigerators to rent
(2/2 and 3 cubic feet) '
Come to the U. Cellar's
INFORMATION DESK at
the rear of the store....
in the Michioan Union

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