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GRADUATE STUDY
In
PUBLIC POLICY
Professional degree program
Interested juniors and seniors are invited to attend a meeting about the
Master of Public Policy and other programs offered at Michigan's Institute
of Public Policy Studies. Qualified applicants are able to complete both a.
bachelor's degree and the two-year M.P.P. in five years of study.
Thursday, Dec. 6 at 12 noon
Mason Hall, Room 429

Page 12-Tuesday, December 4, 1979--The Michigan Daily
POLLS SHOW GAINS ON KENNEDY
Carter formall announces candi

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Carter plans to keep his re-election an-
nouncement today a low key affair
because of the Iran crisis, but cam-
paign aides are pushing hard to raise
$2.5 million this week in a coast-to-coast
series of fund raisero.

Carter plans to make the announ-
cement sometime during the day,
probably at the White House. He will
then attend a fundraising dinner tonight
at a Washington hotel. He already has
recorded a five minute television an-
nouncement to be broadcast at 8:55

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p.m. EST Tuesday on the CBS network.
The campaign paid for the air time.
CAMPAIGN AIDES say they have
organized nearly 2,800 "grassroots"
receptions around the country to coin-
cide with the announcement. The par-
ties, mostly in private homes, are in-
tended to raise money, distribute cam-
paign material and get volunteer
workers moving.
Also keyed to the announcement are
large fundraising dinners during the
week in Washington and 11 other cities.
"We expect to raise close to $2.5
million" during the week, said Robert
Strauss, Carter campaign chairman.
STRAUSS SAID an ABC-Louis Harris
poll yesterday showed Carter has vir-
tually pulled even with Kennedy. Asked
if he was surprised by the poll, Strauss
said, "I didn't think we would climb
that fast."
Carter originally had planned to
make a six-state campaign swing star-
ting Wednesday, including appearan-
ces at dinners in New York, Chicago,
Atlanta and Austin, Texas, But he can-
celed those travel plans because of the
Iran crisis.
The fundraising efforts themselves,
however, are going ahead full steam
even without Carter's personal presen-
ce.

dacy toda'.
CARTER'S re-election campaign i
in fact far better financed and bette.
staffed than was his come-from
nowhere 1976 election campaign.
Four years ago, Carter was still litti
known former governor of Georgia wit
a campaign staff of 40 or 50 people and
no real nationwide organization. His
traveling staff consisted for the most
part of Jody Powell, whom Carter
sometimes pelted with pillows at night
to stop his snoring in the motel rooms
they shared to save expenses.
This time Carter was again
something of an underdog, having at
one time trailed Sen. Edward M. Ken-
nedy among Democratic voters by a 2-1
margin in opinion polls.
But the momentum has, for the
moment at least, shifted to Carter
because of Kennedy's badly reviewed
appearances in several television in-
terviews and because of widespread
public support for the president's han-
dling of the Iran crisis.
Last week an AP-NBC poll showed 65
per cent of those questioned supported
Carter's handling of the Iran situation.
And a Louis Harris-ABC poll taken af-
ter the first week of the embassy seige
showed Kennedy's lead over Carter
beginning to slip on a number of
specific issues.

Sale

Kennedy denounces
shah, Iranian captors
RENO, Nev. (UPI)-Sen. Edward and had stolen "umpteen billions of
Kennedy sharply denounced the dollars from his country."
deposed shah of Iran yesterday, but in Kennedy also said the shah is stalling
reply to high-level criticism of his his departure from the United States by
remarks said Americans do not have to delaying a selection of which country to
support the shah to gain freedom for go to, while Americans are being held
U.S. hostages in Tehran. hostage in Iran.
The fact that the regime of Shah IN WASHINGTON, Secretary of
Moharhmed Reza Pahlavi was op- State Cyrus Vance said Kennedy's
pressive does not justify the militants comments were "clearly unhelpful."
holding U.S. diplomats captive, Ken- "I regret what was said," Vance told
nedy said. reporters on Capitol Hill. "I think that
KENNEDY SAID in his one of the strongest weapons we have in
statement-in an interview with San bringing about the return of the
Francisco television station KRON-TV hostages is the strong consensus that
-the shah "ran one of the most violent exists. Anything that tends to unde-
regimes in the history of mankind" is mine that is clearly unhelpful.
consistent with criticisms he has made Asked whether Kennedy had under-
for several years. mined the consensus, Vance replied,
The shah, Kennedy said, "was "I've said, I think, all that needs to be
looking out for one person-himself" said.
11 die as 'Who'fans
panic at Ohio concer

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CINCINNATI (AP)-Panicked fans
stampeded their way into a rock con-
cert by "The Who" last night, and Fire
Chief Burt Lugananni said at least 11
people were killed in the crush.
A number of persons were injured
and were taken by ambulance to at
least four hospitals. The number of in-
jured was not immediately known.
RAY SCHWERTMAN, a 49-year-old
usher, said the crowd surged into the
17,000-seat Riverfront Coliseum just
before the gates were to open at 7 p.m.
"First, they threw a bottle through a
window in the door. Then they pushed

through the hole, making it bigge
Three or four of us tried to hold the
back, but it was no use.
"We couldn't hold them back . ,
They carried in one boy and laid him or
a table and he died. Others were laying
out on the plaza," said Schwertman.
Cincinnati Public Safety directoi
Richard Castellini said the victims
were apparently trampled or suf.
focated.
The concert, which was sold out, wen
on as scheduled after the victims wer
taken away.

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Sale Wednesday Only. 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
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SONY TC-U30
CASSETTE DECK
With Dolby. DC servo m'otor.
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