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Thursday, October 31, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

POWER STRUGGLE:
WASHINGTON (AP) - An energy powe
struggle fueled by White House dissatis
faction with John Sawhill's style and man
agement led to his ouster and the insta
lation of Interior Secretary Rogers Mor
ton as the administration's one and onl
energy czar.
In removing Sawhill as federal energ
administrator Tuesday, President For
demonstrated that he is backing Morto
as energy chief with the President's ow
power to hire and fire.
HIGH-PLACED administration source
say various forces focused that power o
Sawhill:
He was urging mandatory energ
conservation when Morton and the Pres
dent wanted only voluntary measures;
*He showed a tendency to reveal pol
cy proposals before the administratio
was ready to talk about them, such a
the gasoline tax proposal. "Prematur

is new
r leaks blow your chances on ti
s- gress, if you don't touch the 1
n- one source said, referring to
I- line up congressional support
r- " Some administration offi
y Sawhill was not managingt
Energy Administration firm
y President Ford said publicly
d satisfied with the progress on
n programs; and
n 0 Finally, some sources ti
resented FEA's grab of imp
ior Department offices and of
s FEA was formed last Decemb
n A well-placed source who
likes Morton said Morton "
y for any of them" at the FEA;
i- ousting of Sawhill was "norn
retribution."
n MORTON TOLD reporters
s nothing wrong with Sawhi
e "style" that somehow did

energy czar,
he Hill. Con- "style" of others in the administration.
bases first," Morton agreed later under a barrage
the need to' of questions that Sawhill's advocacy of
in advance; mandatory conservation had something
cial thought to do with his demise.
the Federal Another source said the question of
ly enough. energy conservation versus energy pro-
he was dis- duction was "a phony issue." More im-
new energy portant, this source said, was a need for
toughness at the head of FEA.
hink Morton Just over a year ago, energy policy
ortant Inter- was a low priority and the title "Energy
fficials when Czar" was jokingly applied to John Love,
er. head of a modest, powerless Energy Poli-
knows and cy Office in the White House.
had no love Caught unprepared by last October's
and that the Arab oil embargo, Congress and the
mal political President hastily established the Federal
EnergyaOffice, later re-established as the
FEA, and placed William Simon, then
there was deputy Treasury secretary, in command
ll except a of its oil allocation and price control pro-
not fit the grams.

CATHERINE McCLARY
WORKING IN HER COMMUNITY . . .
" She aids and counsels rape victims.
" She lectures on rope and self-defense for the
Women's Crisis Center.
" She co-authored "Freedom from Rape."
McCLARY: "Rape is an increasingly dangerous prob-
lemr in Washtenaw County. I would like to introduce
a comprehensive program for combatting rape."
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The raid marked the-first at-
tempt by police, who have been
generally restrained, to quash
a demonstration before it start-
ed.
THE ARRESTS followed a
major shakeup- yesterday by
President Nguyen Van Thieu
who fired three military corps
commanders and 11 generals in
response to complaints of cor-
ruption from Washington and
opposition demonstrators.
Demonstrators in an antigov-
ernment torchlight parade yes-
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of the firings, but their leader,
the Rev. Tran Huu Thanh, a
Catholic priest who heads an
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After the parade priest's fol-
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