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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 14, 1977

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Gov. seeks power
to pick 'U' regents

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program for those levying their
own income taxes, a $10 mil-
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poor, delinquent youth, an ur-
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* Transportation: Continued
work toward a total state trans-
portation package and consid-
eration, of regional terminals'
with several modes of trans-
portation.
* Consumer Protection: Al-
low car buyers to stop pay-
ment on "lemons."
The Mississippi River begins
its journey at the outlet of Ita-
sca, a lake in northern Minne-
sota.

Carter calls world leaders
(Continued from Page 1) ed: "All of us had lots of ques- commandant of the Marine
prises, he replied: "No.'" He' tions." Corps, slipped on the Blair
said pros and cons of the BI Asked whether U. S. forces House steps and staggered as
bomber were discussed, "but were in a state of readiness, he entered. He was helped by
not at great length." Vance replied, "Yes." Carter aide Hamilton Jordan.
Carter, leaving the capital toEF A surprise visitor was Herb
fly back to Plains, 'Ga., after PREBS E NT F 0 R the Klein, communications director
his final pre-inugural visit, sa briefings were Carter; Moi- for former President Richard
he "learned a lot" during the dale; Harold Brown, incoming
defense; Nixon, who said he came to
icurs and hours of detailed and Zbigniew Brzezinski, Car- see Carter's pressdsecretary
HE SAID the frankness of ter's national security adviser. task awaiting Powell
the joint chiefs in their brief- None of the visitors tarriedti
ing "was very refreshing", long to talk to reporters in the Klein said he told Powell:
and said the subject of SALT below - freezing breeze out- "Look for a lot of hard days
would be pursued in the early side. One, Gen. Lewis Wilson,! ahead. It's a tough job."
days of his administration.
The briefings, concentrating
on U. S. military might around
the world, lasted about 10!
hours - twice as long as
scheduled.,"
Spokesman. Powell said this 1 r t
was because of an inaccuratei
cusimo o l take dibe-
cusie thou as "tak great de (Contnued frm Page 1) one of a series he is making ic
of very good and informative The spokesnian, Philippe Le- the leaders of main U.S. allies
exchange" on the deployment cat, said Carter and Giscard A FRENCH official said for-
and capabilities of U. S. forces. d'Estaing discussed a proposed mal protests against the United
T H E BRIE FINGS economic summit and the up- States had occurred only infre-
also dealth with SALT but this coming foreign trip of Vice' quently during the last 20 years.
took up only about 30 minutes President-elect Walter Mondale. However, an American em-
of the session, Powell said. He added that the tone of the bassy official who asked not to
Vance said the deployment conversation was "particularly be identified, attempted to
and capabilities portjon of the cordial, showing a very clear lownplay the significance of the
briefing involved "a very frank desire for cooperation." French gesture, calling it "pro
and free discussion." He add- The phone call by Carter was forma" and "small change."

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(Continued from Page ) is personally opposed to abor-
projects and housing construe- tion, but would follow the dic-
tion. But he was overruled, he tates of the courts on whether
said, by transition advisers who to permit federal funds to pay
favored stressing tax cuts and for them.
rebates to spur the economy.
"I thought we could do a lot "I PERSONALLY believe
more through direct jobs pro- aborion is wrong," said Cali-
grams than through tax cuts," fano, a Catholic, before the
Marshall said. Senate Finance Committee. He
At still another hearing, Jo- said while he personally opposes
seph Califano, Carter's choice to the use of federal tax dollars for
head the Department of Health, abortions the federal courts
Education and Welfare, said he .would settle the argument.
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To qualify for scholarship consideration, a student must
be an LSA undergraduate and have attended the LS&A
College of the U of M for at least one furl" term. Sopho-
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better and Juniors and Seniors must have ot least a 3.6
GPA in order to apply for a scholarship. Students must
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LSA Scholarship application. The awards are based on both
academic merit and onyfinancial need. Completed appi-
cations must be returned to 1220 Angell Hall by Feb-.
ruary 1.

Aside from Brown, Agricul-
ture Secretary-designate Robert
Bergland is the only other Cab-
inet selection to be approved by
a Senate Committee.'
All the nominees are expected
to be confirmed.
In testimony Wednesday, Bell,
an Atlanta lawyer, said he
would replace FBI Director
Clarence Kelly but would con-
sult with the Judiciary Commit-
tee before choosing a successor.
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