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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 4, 197q

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LONDON (4) - Britain began the final week
of its election campaign yesterday with public
opinion polls showing many voters still unde-
cided.
Politicians insist public interest in the Oct.
10 election for a new House of Commons is as
high as it was in the election last February,
when 78.8 per cent of the voters participated.
BUT PUBLIC opinion polls show significant
numbers who either say they will not vote or
have not yet made up their minds.
Among the decided voters polled, the Labor
party holds a clear lead. Three polls published
yesterday put Labor ahead of the Conservatives
by 9 per cent, 8.5 per cent and 7.5 per cent. The
Liberals got about 20 per cent of the total.
But bookmakers predict no party will get a
majority of the 635 seats in Commons. That is
what happened in February, and a minority La-
bor government resulted.
CONSERVATIVE party leader Edward Heath
said if elected he would form a broad-based coa-
lition and enlist the nation in a drive to end
Britain's economic woes, the worst since World
War II.
"We will not form our administration from
Conservatives alone," he told a news confer-

3 ritish vote
ence yesterday. "Our objective is to form a
broadly based government of national unity."
The ruling Labor party of Prime Minister
Harold Wilson says it will not join a coalition,
and the Liberal party of Jeremy Thorpe says
it will join under certain circumstances, but not
under Heath.
Asked whether he was prepared to stand aside
to meet the Liberal demand, Heath replied, "I
am leader of the Conservatives, and we are go-
ing all out to win this election with a substantial
majority which would allow us to invite others
to help us in the task.
"HAVING WON this election, I shall invite
other party leaders to come along. I am laying
down no conditions for them and they are in
no position to lay down their conditions. And
no condition will be accepted."
Heath said if elected his government would
present to the people the economic facts of the
Snation, "incluiding previously secret informa-
tion," and organize a series of nationally tele-
ised talkins in an effort to find a consensus
for ending the economic crisis.
"All the neonle must know the facts, and
A1 the neonle mlst know the consequences of
(4foyr t nronosed me sres."

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Day Calendar
Friday, October 4
WUOM: Geo. Wald, prof. of' biol.,
Harvard U., & winner, 1967 Nobelj
Prize in medicine, presents 2 talks,
"The Origins of Man" & "The Or-
igins of Death," from 1971 Massey
' lecture series on topic, ". . . There-
fore Choose Life," 10:05 am.
AAUW Book Sale: Union Ball-
room, 10 am-8:30 pm.
Educ. Media Ctr.: Titicut Follies,
Schloring Aud., SEB, noon.
Neuroscience Seminar: M o i s e
Goldstein, Bio-Medical Engineer-
ing, John Hopkins U.. "Electro-
physiological Studies of Semi-Cir-
cular Canals of the Skate," 103 Neu-
rosci. Bldg., noon.
Hospital Commission for Women
Meeting: W10410 Hosp., noon.
Astronomy Colloquium: S. Schect-
man, "Optical Observations with a
Multichannel Spectrometer," P&A
Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Music School: Lecture - Demon-
stration, Wm. Malm, "Holographic

Projectors and Readers for Class-
rooms and Research," Rackham
Amph., 8 pm.
General Notices
Att. Students: The fee for Miller
Analogies Test for entrance to grad.
sch, will be $10.00 as of November
1, 1974. Take advantage of present
$8.00 fee. Come in this month: test
is administered at Counseling Cen-
ter, 1007 E. Huron St., AA, at 1:15,
2:15 & 3:15, M-F.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Interviewing on Campus: Oct. 14,
1974-Bell System & Carnegie-Mel-
'on Univ/Grad. Sch. of Indust. Ad-
min.; Oct. 15, 1974-Aetna Life In-
surance,. Case. Western Reserve
Univ/Sch. of Appl. & Soc. Sciences,
UJpjohn Company (Science majors),
Georgetown Univ/Law Center, Capi-
tol Univ/Law Sch.; Oct. 16, 1974-
Permacel (A Johnson & Johnson
Co), Ralston Purina Co.; Oct. 17,
1974-Consortium for Grad. Study
in Management (Minority Fellow-
ships; Oct. 18, 1974-IBM Corp. ..

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