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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 13, 1972

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RALLY WITH KENNEDY:
Detroit meets McGovern

Court delays ruling

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oft the busing problem, perhaps the
most volatile issue in the state.
Yesterday's rally was the first
appearance by McGovern in the
state since he won the Democratic
nomination in July. Campaign of-
ficials claim that McGovern and

Shriver will visit Michigan sever-
al more times before election day,
however. WASHINGTON (A) - A federal fendants five men arrested in the
Michigan is a particularly cru- judge yesterday delayed a decision Watergate Building early on the
cial state for the McGovern- on whether to allow the Demo- morning of June 17, and the presi-
Shriver ticket, because for the first cratic party to expand its civil dential campaign committee.
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stands a good chance of carryingI
this state. A poll just released by
I the Detroit News shows McGovern
trailing President Nixon by some
16 percentage points.
Nixon's strength in the state is
attributed largely to the busing
issue which has led to the de-
fection of many traditional Demo-
crats. tMcGoverntsupports busing
as a tool for integration, but he
has tried to play down the im-
portance of the problem.
He has focused his attention in-
stead on the economic situation in
the state. According to recent. sta-
tistics released by the government,
unemployment in Michigan stands
at 9.1 per cent, considerably high-
er than the national average of
5.5 per cent.
McGovern staffers feel that if
they can emphasize this point,
they have a chance of overcoming
Nixon's big lead in the polls.

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invasion-or-privacy su r o nciuae
additional defendants including Richey granted a motion Aug.
addtiorma Cdmmefedants ncrly 11 to dismiss the suit against the
former Commerce Secretary Mau- ;committee.
rice Stans.
District Judge Charles Richey Henry Rothblatt, attorney for
told a hearing that he would per- the other defendants, had filed a
mit arguments against the motion motion to dismiss it against them.
and would issue his ruling Sept. In response, attorneys for the
20. Democrats tried Monday to file
Until then, he said, taking of an amended complaint that added
Unostiohnhll e sai de in offour individuals to the defendants.
the million-dollar case that follow-1 The amended complaint also listed
ed the abortive break-in at Demo- the finance committee of the Com-
cratic National Committee head- Pmresident a gthe Re t lecto restre
quarters last June 17. the latter panel as a defendant.
Among those who had been The court clerk refused to ac-
ing thateperiod were Clarkpoitions Mac- cept the amended complaint be-
Gregor, chairman of the Commit- cause it was not accampanied by a
tee for the Re-election of the motion asking the judge's permis-
tee or he R-elctio ofthesion to file it.
President, and William Timmons,s f
a member of the White House Rothblatt argued that since Mon-
staff. day was the deadline for respond-
The suit was filed by Lawrence ing to the motion to dismiss, the
O'Brien and the Democratic Na- Democrats had defaulted and the
tional Committee. It named as de- judge should throw out the case.
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especially the men-it was clear
that this is what they had come
for. All eyes were glued on the
sex-symbol turned politician. One
whiskered old gent poked his
friend in the ribs and whispered,
"I saw her in 'Klute.' I wouldn't
mind having her in bed (ha ha)."
Fonda described her recent trip
to North Vietnam concentrating,
her remarks on the bombing of
the country's dike system.
"The bombing of the dikes," she
said, '"will mean the worst kind of!
disaster for these people.
"The Nixon administration," she
continued, "cynically thinks we
don't care what happens to these
people. We have to prove them
wrong."
Fonda, Hayden, and company are
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the Indochina Peace Campaign.
The group, which started in Cali-
fornia, is concentrating on seven
large "target states"-California,
Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, New York,
New Jersey and Pennsylvannia.
Emphasis is being placed on
slide-shows and educational ses-
sions at the precinct level stressing
the group's belief that Nixon is
primarily responsible for continu-
ing the war.
One special addition to the group
last night was Hayden's mother.
A thin, sprightly, older woman,
Ms. Hayden explained that she was
not a regular member of the group.
"I live in Royal Oak," she said,
"I just came here because I want-
ed to see my son."
Almost as soon as she had come,
Fonda departed, taking in her wake
most of the middle-aged crowd who
had seen what they had come to
see, and gotten their money's
worth.
Left in the outer hallway with a
few news people was Barbara Hal-
nert-HRP's candidate for senator
from Michigan.
Standing in the hall, which was
garishly decorated in the official
Howard Johnson's orange and blue:
she spoke energetically on why a
52-year-old Birmingham housewife
is running on a radical party ticket
for the Senate.
"I have never been unpolitical,"
she said. "When I was in college
I worked for Henry Wallace (Pro-
gressive Party candidate for Presi-
dent in 1948). I worked for a lot
of causes. There was never enough
money and never enough people.
We always had to struggle for ex-
posure.
"It began to sink in that this
was because somebody wanted it
that way-it was no accident. I
want to change the system that
gives a few wealthy people that
kind of power."
THAT'S BUNK
Felix Walker, a Congressman
of the 1820's, became known as
"old oil-jug" because of profuse
speeches made for Buncombe
County in his North Carolina dis-
trict. The words "bunkum" and
"debunking" derive from his lo-
quacity.
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