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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 1$, 1 X74

i~ageE~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 18, 1q74

HERO'S WELCOME:
Jerry Ford visits home town

(Continued from Page 1) ter for the University in 1934 when
"With all the corruption and the Wolverines had their worst
dastardly deeds in today's world it season ever. As a junior congress-
is good that we have a good God man he was noted for such drive
1 o v i n g man in government," and devotion to hard work that
moaned another. then Vice President Richard Nixon
. In a solemn and pious voice called Ford "the future of the Re-
Ford addressed the luncheon and publican Party."
extolled the spiritual virtues of Later in his career as minority
football. "Football taught me the leader of the House of Representa-
all important virtue of brother- tives, it was this same gung ho
hood . . . the brotherhood exhibit- team spirit that led President
ed when the blocker unselfishly Johnson to say, "the problem with
clears the way for the ball car- Jerry Ford is that he has played
rier." football once too often without his
It is this kind of talk that the helmet on."
people of Grand Rapids like, and it In an attempt to greet as large
is this image of the never-say-die, a segment of the city as possible,
gung ho football player that Ford Ford held a mid afternoon hand
has retained throughout his life. shaking ceremony at the Grand'
HE WAS an All-American cen- Rapids Calder Plaza. Hundreds of

Ford supporters listened to the
Calvin Christian High School band
play the Star Spangled Banner as
they made a quick pass and shook
the hand of the Vice President.
A GRAND RAPIDS policeman
who was assigned to control the
crowd said, "Jerry Ford has never
done anything he can't be proud
of . . . he isn't above helping the
little guy."
One young fan explained, "I ad-.
mit that I don't know anything
about politics but I know that he
is an honest man." And a woman
who waited 35 minutes to see Ford
was abrupt as she claimed, "Jerry
Ford is not just the ex-Congress-
man from Grand Rapids. Get this
straight - Jerry Ford is Grand
Rapids."

FBI plans probe of
Watergate tape ga
(Continued from Page 1) terday that the president asked
through his lawyers this would be Woods last November if she would
"a massive invasion" of W h i t e take responsibility for the erasure
House privacy. of the entire 18-minute portion of
The lawyers asked a federal the tape, rather than just a five-'
judge to dismiss for a second time minute segment that she mentioned
the committee's subpoena for the in her testimony before J u d g e
five tapes which include conversa- Sirica. The Post said Woods re-
tions the president had with his: plied "no."
former counsel and chief Water-' Warren described the report as
gate accuser, John Deaa.1 "false and incredible."
THE FBI probe was requested by Most of Warren's daily p r e s s
special Watergate Prosecutor Leon briefing touched on the highly sen-
Jaworski after the experts indi- sitive issue of whether the presi-
cated at least five erasures had dent - who today received anorher
been made on a playback machine hard blow in a public opinion poll
used by Rose Mary Woa y, the -would become personally involved
president's private secretary. in a criminal investigation by the
The Washington Post said yes- FBI.
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