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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 24, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 24, 1972

Salinger
predicts
ceasefire
(Continued from Page 1)
Speaking on the issues in the
campaign, he sounded a McGov-
ern theme of the past few weeks,
lashing out against the Nixon Ad-
ministration, calling it "the most
corrupt administration in Washing-
ton since Warren Harding left
town with the Teapot Dome behind
him."
Salinger noted that the U. S.
wheat deal with the Soviet Union
-under some question because of
the behavior of the officials in the
Department of Agriculture in-
volved -- "became an issue be-
cause of McGovern's speeches."
Salinger labeled Nixon's cam-
paign as one of "misrepresenta-
tion, innuendo, and of attempting
to win the election through fear."
Commenting on the President's
charge in one of his recent speech-
es that his opponents favored a
''welfare ethic'' over a ''work
ethic," Salinger emphasized that
"There's nobody running for
president in 1972 who believes in a
-welfare ethic."
He remarked that "the greatest
problem in this country is the
number of people who really be-
lieve that the political institutions
in America are unresponsive to
their needs."

Voters to
decide on
abortion
(Continued from Page 1)
tion, will mean a review of two
cases involved in the Kaufman de-
cision and two cases in an appeals
court ruling.
"I don't think passing the refer-
endum will be the end of the legal
hassle. I don't know which way
the court will go. But if the reform
proposal passes, the court will
probably feel that the people have
spoken," said K i n g, a local
attorney.
EARLY LIBERATED
WOMAN
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (')
- The first woman to climb 14,-
110-foot Pike's Peak was Julia
Archibald Holmes, a suffragette
who defied her husband in 1858 to
make the trip in bloomers.

Tour agency
ads'mislead'
(Continued from Page 1)
switched," he explained, and the
new one didn't have the right kind
of room.
Although the four students are
the only ones yet to obtain a re-
fund, according to another of the
four, Kathleen Iven '70, most of
the other people on the tour may
also have paid the extra $11 with-
out getting a two-person room.
During a conversation with
William Saile, president of Va-
cation Travel, he reportedly indi-
cated to Iven that 28 other people
"were in the same situation," hav-
ing paid for the more expensive
room without getting it.
Although Saile was not available
for comment yesterday, Zacks
says that "according to our ac-
counting records, there are a total
of eight people who paid the extra
$11." He notes that four of these
have already received their re-
funds and added "if the other four
request the $11 they will get it
back immediately."

AP Photo

Monster's kiss?
Ti-Grace Atkinson, feminist, is arrested by police yesterday after
she refused to move while demonstrating In front of President
Nixon's campaign headquarters in New York City. About 50
women, yelling "Kiss off Nixon," were protesting Nixon's position
on child care and abortion.

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