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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 2t, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 21, 1973

NAPS DURING INAUGURATION
McGovern tours in London

LONDON UP) - Sen. George Mc- private car and left for an undis-
Govern, 4,000 miles away from the closed destination.
Washington ceremony that could "We have no idea where Sen.
have been his own, was asleep in . , er . i, hn Pwilhe
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London as Richard Nixon took his
presidential oath yesterday.
"I was having a nap," McGov-
emn told a newsman as he arrived
at London'sfamous Convent Gar-
den for a ballet at the Royal Opera
House.
McGovern began Nixon's big
day with a visit to the museum,
accompanied bythis wife Eleanor.
Then after giving a lunch for a
number of British newspaper ex-,
ecutives, the McGoverns returned
briefly totheir hotel overlooking
Hyde Park. They later hired a
Marcos still
seeks control
MANILA UP) - Offering to step
down if the Philippine people are
dissatisfied, President Ferdinand
Marcos said yesterday his strong-
armijirule is not a dictatorship but
was undertaken to return the coun-
try, to normal democratic processes
as 'soon as possible..
At his first press conference
since assuming virtually uncontest-
ed" power in proclaiming a new
constitution' Wednesday, Marcos
told foreign newsmen: "I wish to
reiterate my and our commitment
to the ideals of democracy. There
have been some misgivings about
our plunging into dictatorship and
into revolutionary government."
The 55-year-old chief executive
said that, following the voting of
some 15 million Filipinos in last
week's referendum, he was faced
with two choices.
One was "to continue with a con-
stitutional government." The oth-
er, "as the people themselves
recommended," was to establish
a revolutionary government. "I did
not and do not want to establish
a revolutionary government," he
said.
"This would be a setback to our
purpose to return to normalcy and
to the normal processes, of de-
mocracy as quickly as possible.
"Everything we have done and
intend to do is for the people's
welfare," claimed Marcos.
He said his new role represent-
ed the exercise of "emergency
powers" to meet the current
threat posed by Communist in-
surgents, Moslem dissidents in the
south, rightist conspirators and
growing criminality.

back," a hotel spokesman said at
the time. "He just disappeared."
Four and a half hours later the
McGoverns turned up in a limou-
sine at the Royal Opera House to
watch the ballet featuring Rudolf
Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn.
As the South Dakota Democrat
was walking through the main en-
trance he was asked: "Senator,
what were you doing at 5 o'clock
this afternoon?"
"I was having a nap," McGovern
replied with a grin.
It was 5 o'clock in Britain when
Nixon took his presidential oath.
Asked if he had watched any of
the inauguration ceremony, which
was- transmitted live on television
by the British Broadcasting Corp.,
McGovern replied. "I did not."
The defeatedDemocratic presi-
dential candidate and his wife

uty editor of The Times and its
former Washington correspondent,
McGovern seemed "basically in
good spirits, resigned and philo-
sophical about his defeat, but de-
pressed about conditions in the
United States."
The only mentionthat yesterday
was inauguration day was a brief
one - when McGovern asked his
guests if the Washington ceremony
was being televised here.
Heren said McGovern was asked
"what went wrong" in his cam-
paign, and the senator responded
that the Democrats had been hurt
by the large number of precon-
vention candidates for the nomina-
tion ,and the party had not really
been united after the convention.
McGovern was asked if he were
thinking ahead to the next presi-
dential race in 1976. The senator
replied, according to Heren, "right
now he was thinking of 1974 when,
he must seek re-election to the
Senate, that he was not planning1
to seek the presidency again."

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spent much of the morning at the Heren said McGovern felt he
Victoria and Albert Museum, a would have a tough battle in South
vast collection of art works, an- Dakota for re-election to the Sen-
tiques, furniture and costumes.
At the subsequent luncheon, ac- ate, especially following his de-
cording to guest Louis Heren, dep- feat in the presidential election.
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NEW STATE LAW
REGARDING
DAMAGE DEPOSITS
The Housing Office would like to remind all
students that a new State Law has been passed

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