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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 24, 197'2

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Pat says
'all's right
in world'
WASHINGTON (P) - Pat Nixon
said 'yesterday that at the end of
six days of cross-country c a m-;
paigning she has found that people
know they are better off than they
were four years ago.
Talking wvith reporters on the re-
turn flight to Washington f r o m
Oklahoma City, she said of the
mood around the country today
compared to. four years ago: "I
hate people to be pessimistic and
now they're not."
"You can't name any field that
we're not better off and the people
know this . . They're all so en-
thusiastic about $ this country."
When asked if4 she thought peo-
ple were going t6 be happy before
we're out of Vietnam, -the Presi-
dent's wife said, "we didn't kill
anybody last week." She was re-
ferring to American casualties, but
conceded South Vietnamese might
have been dying. "People do want
a cessation of war," she said, "but
they don't want to lose freedom."
She also joined in giving the tag
Nixon applied in Texas to Demo-
crats who have come out for him
- "Democrats for America." Ask-
ed why some Democrats were go-
ing against candidate George Mc-
Govern, she said, "They're going
for the country." She added, "It's
just as simple as that. They're for
something . .
Pat said she had her best dayI
yesterday when she toured the
Oklahoma State Fair at Oklahoma
City where she rode sidesaddle on
a merry-go-round horse, patted a1
champion 1,700-pound cow and
took a golfcart motorcade r i d e,
through the fairgrounds where peo-
ple crowded about her, pressed for
autographs and gave her welcom-
ing kisses.
Earlier in the day, she opened a
$7.1-million Federal Aviation Ad-
ministration Center building and,
said she hoped the FAA's training
of aviation personnel "will make
the travelers as safe in the air as
we are in the living room."
She flew to Oklahoma City to
help dedicate the building and to
officially open the state fair.
She arrived,in Oklahoma C i t y
from Texas, where she joined the,
President Friday for a meeting'
of "Democrats for Nixon" hosted,
by former Treasury secretary John
Connally.

Nicholson to speak

at

S.

Quad voter rally

"Five Easy Pieces" star Jack cratic presidential c a n d i d a t e
Nicholson will be speaking at a George McGovern this year.
voter registration rally at 4 p.m. Deputy registrars will be on hand
today at South Quad. to register students who are not
Nicholson is one of a number of yet eligible to vote in Ann Arbor.
Hollywood stars who have made Oct. 6 is the deadline to register
appearances on behalf of Demo- for the Nov. 7 general election
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THE RICHARD NIXONS join the John Connallys for a day on their ranch in Texas.

Silverstein.
claims seat
(Continued from Page 1)
tion from Council. Bob Black, a
former CSJ member who filed the
suit, did not know of the telegram
to SGC, but said, "If this is true
I'll just withdraw my suit."
Silverstein, if he indeed returns
to Ann Arbor in three weeks, will
only have a short time left to his
current term. SGC elections are'
scheduled for the end of next
month, and a proposed constitu-
tional amendment, if passed at that
time, would bar non-students like'
Silverstein from sitting on Coun-
cil.
Jacobs was surprised by Silver-
stein's wire, saying, "I didn't think
he was interested in SGC a n y-
more." Jacobs claimed it was just
"a matter of political opportun-
ism."
Black, meanwhile, was pleased
by the telegram. "A seat effec-
tively empty like Silverstein's
would be better than a Jacobs
stooge," he said.

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