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Udall's office resp;ded with
the telegram to LaClair. "We
didn't want it to look like Mo
was supporting Belcher,' said
Bonnie Kell, Udall's legislative
THE TELEGRAM said "I was
. . a little surprised to find I
am considered such a fine fellow
by the Republican candidate
that my name would appear in
his campaign literature."
Wheeler only said, "I knew
people were upset about it (the
"The Belcher people are just
trying to capitalize on the wide
support Udall got here last
year, LaClair said. "It's very
deceptive for them to utilize
sUch a tenuous connection be-
tween Udall and Belcher for
their own good. Why don't they
just say "from Parker Penning-
ton to Belcher?'"
BELCHER'S student co-ordin-
ator, Mark Straton, denied any
implied connection between the
two names. "I think it's very
clear. We absolutely did not
want to make any link at all be-
tween them. All we wanted to
do was to show that people with
the kind of beliefs Mo Udall has
can support Belcher."
Leroy Caeppert, Wheeler's
campaign manager, said "I'm
surprised that Belcher, who's
been around as long as he has,
has to claim to be Udallish.
"I think, it work negatively for
Belcher. There are probably
some Republicans in town who
are wondering if the guy is get-
ting desperate" he added.
Wheeler has scheduled a press
conference for 9:45 this morning.
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Pat Mulhern practices accuracy in guiding his parachute as
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Delaware. The 25-year-old Mulhern has been picked by the
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(Continued from Page 1) "Anyone who is in an admin-
However, MSA President istrative capacity at the Uni-
Scott Kellman said Williams versity is going to be suggested
promised him an extensive role to someone," Williams stated.
in the screening process. "He "People who have had admin-
told us we'd be full members," istrative posts are of course
Kellman remarked. going to come to mind."
The 23 names submitted so
far have included both applica- rie said SACUA would apply
tions and third-party nomina- criteria that Flemig outlined
tions. SACUA is sending out let- in The Chronicle of Higher Edu-
ters to all nominees to see if cation advertisement during its
they are interested in the posi- review process. "The candidate
tion. "Some of these candidates should possess an earned doc-
are going to be self-screening," torate (and) qualify for a pro-
Williams said. All nine on-cam- fessorial appointment," the ad
pus candidates were nominated stated. It said the applcant
by others. should have "demonstrated ad-
Williams said he expects more ministrative leadership" and ex-
than 50 people to be proposed perience with budgeting.
for the post. "The process is Although Fleming has previ-
very receptive to nominations," ously indicated there would be
he added. no bias in favor of in-University
Williams said SACUA would candidates, the ad lists "knowl-
not simply wait for nominations, edge of and familiarity with
but would actively seek out like- the University of Michigan aca-
ly candidates for the position demic program" as a desired
among University administra- I trait in a candidate.
tors, deans, department heads SACUA will meet Monday,
and others with academic and March 28, to plan for the search
managerial experience. process. "We're at the very be-
ainning nonw,"Williams remark-
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