THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 4, 1970'
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 4, 1970
Rally on Diag hostile
to peace candidates
(Continued from Page 1) think we have the people tQs
Gordon, president of the Cleve- the war, but they underestim
land Area Peace Action Coalition.'u.
When he addressed the crowd as "What about sexism? w
"brothers and sisters," they laugh- about racism?," several specta
ed, and several times he was forced shouted.
to stop speaking because of-inter- Gordon continued, "We're wo
ruptions from the audience. ing to cause an alliance of wo
"Nixon hopes that the war issue ers and students-labor unions
has been forgotten, but your pres- moving to where they will c
ence here today refutes that," here and march with us."
Gordon said. "Now the chicken is But the crowd wasn't appea
coming home to roost. They don't "This rally doesn't mean a da
thing," an SDS spokesman
"These liberal politicians
15 000 rall J avoiding the crucial questions
15,0 ally ar e unable to speak to the issi
« Tey thinktVietnam s a mist
in an otherwise sound fore
for Victory policy."____
Republican hope for
Senate control fades
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Brock is campaigning on the
issue of,, representation, saying
that Gore has not reflected the
views of Tennessee in his critici-
sm of U.S. policy in South Viet-
nam, in his votes against t w o
Southern nominees to t h e Su-
preme Court. Gore's retort is that
Brock is "Congressman No No,"
voting against measures that ben-
efit Tennessee economically.
Florida - Rep. William C.
Cramer is the Republican entry in
a contest in which the GOP is
banking on a Senate gain. His
surprise opponent is Lawton
Chiles, a state senator, who won
the Democratic nomination in an
upset. Chiles staged a unique pri-
mary campaign, walking the 1,-
000-mile length of Florida to take
his case to the voters. He says
he'll use the same technique
against the favored Cramer.
Ohio - Republican Rep. Rob-
ert Taft Jr. holds a narrow mar-
gin in the polls over Howard M.
Metzenbaum, w h o upset former
astronaut John Glenn to win the
Taft could be hurt by charges
of improprieties in state invest-
ments which h a veshaken the
Republican state ticket.
Both nominees a r e waging
campaigns expected to cost at
least $1 million.
The Senate incumbent is Ste-
phen M. Young, a Democrat, and
Ohio is a state Republicans have
counted on gaining.
Democratic Senate candidates
appear to have the edge in races
for Republican-held seats in New
York, Illinois, Connecticut, Cali-
fornia, North Dakota, Texas and
OCTOBER 5--7:00 P.M.
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By 11 a.m. nearly 300 marchers
has massed on the mall in front
of the Capitol. Signs prolifer-
ated and groups sang popular
tunes such as "Dixie," "Onward The Undergraduate Library was 3_
Christian Soldiers" and "The Bat- evacuated again yesterday after-
tle Hymn of the Republic." noon after a bomb threat was
The crowd grew to 5,000 by called in to the University oper- ANNOUNCING
11:30 and 10,000 by noon. People ator.
were still pouring in when the The building was closed for the9
march got under way. remainder of the day.I
Although there were no disrup- The bomb scare, the second di- C l Beer and W ine
tions of the actual march, a num- rected at the library in less than
ber of differing philosophies came a week was the lateest in a rash
into conflict. An anti-war group of crank calls that so far has led NOW AVAILABLE
from a small college in Pennsyl- to the evacuation of the Wash-
vania stood along the parade route tenaw County Bldg., the Ann Ar-!at
holding signs saying "Work for bor Public Library, Tappen Junior
Peace." A number of marchers High School and Alice Lloyd Hall.
stopped to debate with the group C n e i n o d Mr
for a while and then rejoined the venient F o ar
;parade. The Daily is anxious to cor-
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Yesterday, the Nazis marched INVESTIGATE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN
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