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-pember 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily

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By LINDA WILLUOX
Practically the only thing known
about Gerald Ford's expected visit to
,Te University is that the former
resident will be here between
!vember 2 and 4.
HDetails about the visit, according
Samuel Barnes, chairman of the
-litical Science Department, will be
'-orked out and released within the
month.
BARNES DID say Ford would
address all levels of classes in
political science, and may visit Law

and Business Administration classes
on this visit. During his visit last
April, Ford addressed only political
science classes.
BARNES SAID during this lecture
stint there will be more emphasis on
Ford's congressional career.
"His long experience in Washing-
ton could give him insights into the
political process," which should be of
value to students, Barnes said.
But Political Science Prof. David
Singer, the only public opponent to
Ford's adjunct .professorship

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doesn't.see it that way. Singer
opposed what he called a "public
relations maneuver" of offering Ford
a professorship here prior to his first
visit, and Singer says his opposition
has strengthened since then.
"HE'S CERTAINLY not telling our
scuaents everything he knows, be-
lieves or. suspects. I would suppose
he's trying to hold back something x
for his publishers or television pro-
ductions," Singer said.
"I'm not knocking him (Ford),"
Singer said. "I'm knocking my
colleagues." He said the creation of
an adjunct professorship for Ford r
arouses interest in the department,
which attracts students, which en-
hances the budget.
Barnes said the title of adjunct
professor is a "courtesy." It is a
position, he said, for persons whose
primary responsibilities are not in
education but could benefit students.
LAST APRIL, Ford received a
mixed response from students who
attended his lectures. Grassmuck,
whose American Chief Executive
class was led twice by Ford, praised .
the lectures.
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Daily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG
Governors Hugh Carey (D-N.Y.) and Ella Grasso (D-Conn.) put their heads
together at yesterday's session of the National Governors' Cdnference at
Detroit's Renaissance Center.
Clifano soothes fears
of gathered governors
DETROIT (AP) - Health, Edaca- expected to be submitted to Congress
tion and Welfare Secretary Joseph later this month, would put an
Califano told the nation's governors income floor of $4,200 under a family
yesterday that President Carter's of four, require recipients who are
welfare reform effort will save their single or childless to work, and
states $2 billion a year and he asked provide public jobs at minimum
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at the 69th annual National Govern-.
or's Conference, Gov. Hugh Carey of
New York endorsed the proposal as
"a step in the right direction" and
told his colleagues: "We can't live
without this bill much longer."
The governors will decide today
whether to give the welfare plan their
official blessings.
Califano likened the current sys-
tem to a "hanging noose" that "will
leave children twisting in the
wind ...
"FOR EACH year we cling to the
present pernicious system,, at least
$1.5 billion are ripped off the Ameri-
can taxpayers as a result of abuse,
error and fraud," he said.
"With your active and energetic
support, we can scrap the unduly
burdensome anti-work, anti-family
welfare system that drains our
taxpayers, plagues our poor and
bankrupts our cities and some of our
states," he said.
The Carter program, which is

MEANWHILE, Commerce Secre-
tary Juanita Kreps, promised the
governors that the Carter adminis-
tration will try to recognize the
different needs of various local and
state governments in making federal
grants. She 'vowed to seek more
flexibility in the grant programs and
to get away from the narrow categor-
ical grants that now predominate.
Not long after Mrs. Kreps made
that promise, the governors ap-
proved by voice vote a resolution
calling on the President and Con-
gress to come up with a national
economic devpment program with
less re: 4 '"nd' "more clout.
Federal relie programs are so
uniform that some states are crip-
pled, the governors complained.
What might be an ideal system for
one state can be a burden for
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