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Page Twelve


Friday, October 27, 1972

Page TweTv THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 27, 1972

Kissinger Thieu says p
(Continued from Page 1)
IHenry Kissinger's approach "very
constructive," saying "we consider
that we are on the way."
He added "there are a few points
agreemiient that we have to discuss with Wash-
ington, but the problem is much
more between Saigon and Hanoi."
(Continued from Page 1) Meanwhile, both Vietnamese and
said accord was not in sight "four American officials speculated on
years ago, three years ago, or the question of who would control
two months ago." what areas and what portions of
The reverberations of the Kis- South Vietnam's 19 million people
singer announcement made an im- if a cease-fire is established.
mediate impact on the presidential Both Saigon and the Viet Cong
campaign. are preparing for a paint and pen-
President Nixon said last night nant war to establish at least an
he thinks the final blocks to peace illusion of their dominance in the
in Vietnam will be worked out, but countryside, sources report.
Democratic vice presidential nom- "There will be a time of killing
inee Sargent Shriver called the re-
ports of impending settlement "an
election maneuver. wUS -ole 7
"I e am confident we will suc- .
ceed in achieving our objec-
tive . . ." Nixon told an airportrno
rally in Huntington, W.Va., "peaceR S T O
with honor and not peace with sur-
render in Vietnam."
Nixon called the earlier White (Continued from Page 1)
House anunouncement that major agreement, Thieu could remain as
points of settlement had been head of the South Vietnam govern-
reached "a significant break- ment in the negotiations to settle
through" and asked voters to "give internal questions. These would
me a chance" in a second term be settled within three months aft-
to build a generation of peace. er a cease-fire.
Sen. George McGovern, the The agreement stipulates that
Democratic presidential candi- the Viet Cong and the Saigon gov-
date, said the reported near-set- einent would exist as two admin-
tlement raised the question of why istrations parallel with a three-
it took "another four years to put
an end to this tragic war." part national council of reconcilia-
''The United States will realize tion and concord.
this has been done as an election
maneuver," Shriver s a i d while The Capitol's 1,00-man police
campaigning in Columbia, S. C. force is said to be the world's best
"Anyone can see this effort now is educated. Most officers are gradu-
part of the election." ate students working toward ad-
The reaction to the Kissinger an- , vanced degrees.
nouncement was generally receiv- -- -
ed with little concern on college
"I won't feel any relief until the
troops are out," said a student more than trees
from the University of California-
Berkeley. "A week after the elec-
tion the Americans may be bomb-
ing the hell out of them again."



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