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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 11, 1974

Big crowds greet Nix
(Continued from Page 1) However, at least some of the donned off the entire highway
sed attentive audiences in people claimed they came to honor route.
Axe, Cass City and Sandusky. the office of the presidency rather Secret Service personnel encir-
each speech, he emphasized than the man who currently holds cled the President as he passed
concern with the problems of the post of chief executive. among the crowds smiling, shaking
ition, unemployment and main- ANTI - NIXON sentiment in- hands, and chatting as the capti-
ing world peace. creased in intensity along the mo- vated onlookers pressed close for
ro build a permanent peace we torcade route, peaking in San- a better look at the chief executive.
t maintain a strong America," dusky, the final stop. From there, THE "STUMPING-for-Sparling"
on declared to tumultuous ap- Nixon, followedby the White House trip is the first active campaign-
ise of the crowd that jammed press corps, helicoptered back to ing Nixon has done since his own
Axe's main street. "In our Caginaw for the return trip to re-election drive 18 months ago.
dIs lie the hopes of world peace; Washington. Consequently, the brief tour has
must be ready to accept that Protesters were notably absent drawn world-wide media attention
>onsibility." during Nixon's second appearance- since it was announced last week.
UT AMONG THE audience was at Tri-City airport where he was Reporters from Australia, Den-
ocket of protesters who punc- enthusiastically cheered by a mark, and the United Kingdom
ed the speech with boos and crowd of about 1,000 were among the more than 200
s. They also waved placards Chanting "We Love Nixon," a media representatives covering the
nanding impeachment, one of large crowd of female senior citi- event.
ch declared "Unemploy Nixon zens enthusiastically hugged and About 50 other journalists and
>t Me." kissed the President. an estimated 5,000 sipectators were
onetheless, the Bad Axe crowd During Nixon's arrival, however, prevented from viewing the Presi-
ke all the others along the the movements of the crowd were dent's Tri-City arrival due to a
:e - were overwhelmingly en- much more restricted by the tight massive traffic jam and security
siastic about Nixon's presence. security arrangements. clearance problems at the small
ny residents considered the About 90 Secret Service agents airport.
sidential greeting at the most were assisted by state, city and MANY OF THOSE who missed
iificant event in the area's his- county police in controlling the the President's arrival wound up
. crowd. State police officers cor- in heated political arguments while
...........~. .....awaiting his return. One elderly
.hwoman shouted at a college stu-
dent "If I could get a hold of one
of those protesters I would knock
em flat." ~
..::.::::: 0 t h e r presidential supporters,
proudly waving banners proclaim-
ing 'God Loves Nixon," became
agitated by the radical protesters.
A middle-aged woman offended by
an Impeach Nixon" placard grab-
bed the sign and ripped it to
shreds.
"You kids ought to be ashamed
of yourselves," she yelled at two
long-haired demonstrators.
ALTHOUGH NIXON came to the
Eighth District expressly to dis-
cuss federal problems, he said-
nothing new or different. Speaking
on an impromptu basis, he assidu-
ously avoided any mention of the
scandals that have plagued his
administration or his recent prob-
lems with the Internal Revenue
Service for failure to pay enough
federal income tax.
The tax questions sesmei to be
uppermost in the minds of those
who staged the anti-Nixon protests
"No amnesty for tax dodgers' de-
dared one picket sign.
Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLICK
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

3n in.
Before the President's
Sparling spokespersons c 1
stated that the Nixon visit
directly part of the GOP
date's campaign for the C
sional seat. Nonetheless NB
stantly made sweepinge
ment sof Sparling "as a m
can do the job and who d
your vote."
If Sparling were to lose
coming election in an a
captured by a Democra
1932, many political obser
lieve pressure in Congress
peach Nixon would increa
ceptibly - particularly am(
publicans.
The GOP is already co
that Nixon-shrouded in th
of Watergate - will drai
party candidates down to
in November's general ele
Just prior to the Nixon v
Sparling-Traxler race look
a photo finish.
Republican National Cot
members - who organi2
presidential trip - late ye
termed the trip "a success
the minimal protests alo
way."
Griffin was extremely en
tic about the large turn
believe the President's vi
significantly help Sparlir
should result in a large v
sponse."
Milliken, himself up for
tion in the fall and alrea
ing "soft on Nixon" charg
opponents, put in only a to
pearance at yesterday's
monies. He spent most of
engaged in talks with C
officials about environment
ters.
During Nixon's Saginaw
he stressed the problems o
ployment to a populace
largely composed of factor
ers - a number of whom
protest the President's vis
A 20-year-old unemploy
tory worker wearing an "I
Nixon" placard claimed,
ling is an incompetent and
-Traxler is going to kick h
SOME OF THE most er
tic Nixon supporters were
children who were given
off and bused to the ai
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arrival, greet the President.
e a r l y All along the route, the children
was not seemed to be the most elated by
candi- the presidential parade, waving as
ong:es- eagerly at the press busses as at
xon con- the presidential limousine.
etidorse- In Bad Axe, for instance, some
ian who 100 children spent all weekend
ieserves painting banners in anticipation of
Nixon's arrival.
the up-
rea not HOWEVER, NOT all the .stu-
t since dents present were Nixon support-
vers be- ers. Two junior high school stu-
to im- dents unfurled "Vote for Sparling"
ise per- posters. The signs had been care-
ong Re- fully lettered on the reverse side
with anti-Nixon -slogans which they
ncerned defiantly displayed to the crowd.
he cloak Despite the visible and often vo-
g many cal demonstrations of anti-Nixon
defeat sentiment, the President seemed
ctions. pleased by the entire affair as he
'isit, the spoke to the crowd in Sahdusky
ked like moments before departing for Tri-
City airport.
mmittee "I'm mighty proud to be the first
zed the President to travel through the
esterday thumb of Michigan," a smiling
despite Nixon told the generally apprecia-
rng the tive crowd. "I have discovered a
warm friendship."
ithusias- By and large the throngs im-
out. "I mediately warmed up to the jovial,
isit will well-tanned Nixon. The President
ng and was attired in a conservatively cut
oter re- grey overcoat-which he removed
as the a f t e r n o on temperatur e
re-elec- reached the mid-fifties - and a
dy feel- dark suit and tie.
es from Although the crowds gave their
)ken ap- attention almost totally to the
cere- President, occasionally shouts of
the day greetings and recognition were di-
anadian rected at White House aides Alex-
tal mat- ander Haig and Ronald Ziegler.
Some of the reporters themselves
speech, became part of the news as TVI
f unem- commentators including CBS' Dan
that is Rather and Detroit's own Bill
y work- Bonds, anchorman for Channel 7,
came to drew attention while jockeying for
it. position amidst the masses.
ed fac-*
Imneach Additional files were contributed to
"Spar- today's story by Daily reporters Marnie
Heyn, Tammy Jacobs and Rob Mea-
an idiot chum.

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