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Tuesday, March :28, 1972.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesay, arc 28,1972THEMICHGAN-AIL

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APRIL 21, FRIDAY

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SOLSTIS SCHOOL presents_
A WALT DISNEY
FILM FESTIVAL
Tuesday, March 28
7:00 p.m.-"DAVY CROCKETT, KING OF
THE WILD FRONTIER"
9:00 p.m.--"DAVY CROCKETT AND
THE RIVER PIRATES"
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news briefs
by The Associated Press
COMMUNIST TROOPS were reported massing near Phnom
Penh yesterday, indicating the possibility of a major assault on
the Cambodian capital.
In South Vietnam, U.S. B52 bombers blasted suspected communist
positions and American troop strength dropped below 100,000 for thef
first time in seven years.
President Richard Nixon has said that American strength in
Vietnam will drop to 69,000 by May 1.
However, U.S. strength reached its peak of 543,000 men in April
1969, two months before Nixon announced a phasefl withdrawal of;
American troops,
Meanwhile, in Paris, despite its indefinite suspension of the
Vietnam peace conference, the United States is keeping its 20-
member conference delegation in place and looking for indications,
that the Communist side is ready to resume the conference on U.S.
terms.
However, all the signs seem to reflect Communist furor at the
U.S. move.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT today conceded in the Supreme
Court that the Army was overzealous in its sur'illance of civil-I
ians.
However, Solicitor General Erwin Griswold declared, "What was
done - as unwise as it might have been - does not violate a statutet
or the Constitution, and what 4as done was stopped."
According to the top department lawyer, not only has the surveil-
lance stopped, but the so-called "blacklist" has been destroyed ex-
cept for one copy and the data banks dismantled.
* * *

Aday
By JONATHAN MILLER
Special To The Daily
KENOSHA, Wisconsin - The
air was clear and the sky a
brilliant blue when the four
limousines and Mid-America
bus turned onto 40th Avenue
here and pulled up outside the
bungalow home of 84-year-old
widow Ella Nelson.
Small children gathered as
tall men in gabardine coats took
up positions on all sides of the
house and at each end of the
street
Out of a Chrysler limousine
stepped a tall, greying man in
a woolen suit. Escorted by other
men in raincoats and followed
by about twenty men and wo-
men who had scrambled off the
bus laden down with cameras,
tape recorders and notebooks,
he walked into Mrs. Nelson's
front room.
For the next half hour, United
States Senator and Democratic
presidential aspirant George Mc-
Govern of South Dakota - Mrs.
Nelson called him "Governor
George" - talked to the widow
about property taxes and the
cost of living, and how it was
hard on the old, and how as
President he would make things
easier for Mrs. Nelson and those
like her.
Mrs. Nelson in turn told the
Senator that her card club and
Rosary circle both would be vot-
ing for him in the April 4 pri-
mary election.
The Senator looked gratified.
The press corps seemed skepti-
cal. "'rhe old lady probably told
them all to vote for Governor
(George) Wallace,"'one reporter
quipped.
McGovern left the house smil-
ing and walked up to shake
hands with the swelling crowd of
small boys. "What do you guys
do around here?" he asked.
"Play basketball," came the an-
swer. "Want to play?" asked
the Senator. "Sure."
Followed by his entourage,
McGovern walked up the street
a block to the back yard of
Paul and Beverly Saftig 'and
heaved the ball through the net

KISSES BRIDES, BABIES
with Sen. Mc Govern

DR. JUDAH FOLKMAN, surgeon in chief of Children's Hos-
pital Medical Center in Boston and a professor at the Harvardj
Medical School, reported yesterday to an American Cancer Society
seminar that the chemical signal stimulating capillary growth has
now been isolated, and methods are being sought to block its
action.
In laymen terms this means that new discoveries have opened
a door to keep human cancers small, "asleep," and harmless.
Cancer cannot grow larger than a BB shot unless it gets its
own blood supply, which it does by sending out a special chemical;
signal that causes capillaries, the tiniest blood vessels, to grow'
toward and then into the cancer and allows the cancer to expand
to a, large and lethal size.
* * *
THE SUPREME COURT reaffirmed by a 7-2 vote yesterday,
the federal law that has kept. all cigarette advertising off radio
and television for more than a year.
Turned aside without comment or a hearing were appeals by the
broadcasting industry claiming that the ban restrains freedom of
speech and discriminates in favor of newspapers and magazines,
which carry cigarette advertisements.
The Justice Department's only comment supporting the ban
was that "legislative reform is not invalid merely because it does

-Daily-Sara Krulwich

Hoping along the Easter bunny's trail

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over the garage door twice in
three attempts. After shaking
everybody's hand;McGovern got
back into his car and with the
press bus in pursuit took off for
the Turnstyle Supermarket in
Racine. ten miles away.
Senator McGovern's carefully
orchestrated and highly expen-
sive campaign was entering its
final, critical movement: a do or
die effort to snatch victory in
Wisconsin and enough credibil-
ity nationwide to secure the
nomination of his party for the
presidency. After that, McGov-
ern speculated in an interview,
beating Nixon "would be the
easy part."
As a leading performer in the
Great American Electoral Dra-
ma, McGovern was whistle-
stopping it across the state,
stopping on campuses and at
supermarkets, union meetings
and teachers' conventions.
At the University of iWscon-
sin's Milwaukee campus he
would dance to rock and roll
music; in Greendale he would
pose with an Easter bunny on
roller skates and a girl in hot-
pants; in Racine he would kiss
babies and a newlywed bride at
a wedding reception; in Green
Bay he would address a Steam-
fitters local banquet and Meet
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the Candidates Night on a joint
platform with rival Senators
Hubert Humphrey - the only
man in front of McGovern in
the latest polls - and Henry
"Scoop" Jackson.
In between times, he talked
with newsmen in his car and on
his plane as he drove and flew
to the outlying areas of Amer-
ica's Dairyland.
McGovern's schedule is more
arduous, and more expensive,
than that of almost any of the
other contenders for the Demo-
cratic nomination here. In com-
parison, frontrunner Hubert
Humphrey is spending less than
half the $117,000 which McGov-.
ern is investing, and only Mus-
kie is spending more. Governor
Wallace has not even been in
Wisconsin since Friday. Even af-

fluent New York Mayor John
Lindsay has sharply reduced the
scale of his television advertis-
ing campaign, slashing his bud-
get by more than half in the
wake of his disappointing Flor-
ida showing,
Although he entered the pri-
mary an underdog, and remains
one, McGovern was bouyant and
confident this weekend. With
his liberal rival Mayor John
Lindsay faltering, and the lat-
est - though no one knows how
reliable - polls putting Sen.
Edmund Muskie in fourth place
behind Gov. Wallace, the Sen-
ator had good cause for hope.
In Wisconsin, no one is writ-
ing off George McGovern. But,
as the pundits say, the only
poll that counts is the one on
election day.

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