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Tuesday, October 12, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Tuesday, October 12; 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three .

Carter orders revisions in staff manual
WASHINGTON (AP) - Jim- the candidate drew the crowd," press aides to dribble out infor- major speech. There must be
my Carter has ordered his staff it said. mation to reporters to insure a decent private holding room
to revise a manual that suggests One method mentioned is maximum publicity for the can- with bathroom near where he
such tactics as stalling traffic stalling cars to create a traffic didate. "Never tell people more will speak."
to create crowds and using fic- jam. Another is to "invent a than they need to know to per- The presidential candidate al-
titious names in telephone sur- fictitious name like 'Resort form their function," it adds. so likes a sandwich with cold
veys. Marketing Inc.,' " to use in tele- "By restricting knowledge you buttermilk or iced tea with
The manual was written for phone surveys to determine will be better able to control lemon on the side when he
the Carter campaign's advance whether people intend to be what happens." I arrives at his hotel room.
men, who precede the candidate home on the date of a cam- Powell's statement said that

to campaign stops and take
charge of planning and promo-
tion.

SOME OF IT "is not in line
with the way I want to see this
campaign run," Carter was quo-
ted as saying Sunday by his
press secretary, Jody Powell.
Powell said Carter had never
seen the manual. The campaign
staff's review of it, he added,
was hurried and inadequate.
Some details in the manual
were "never intended to be tak-
en seriously," said its author,
chief Carter advance man Jim
King.
THE MANUAL is a guide to
drawing and pleasing crowds.
"These techniques will enable
you to draw a substantial crowd
through organization in a rela-
tively invisible manner which
will lead the press to infer that

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paign appearance. CARTER, THE MANUAL stat- Carter hoped the controversy
The manual is very specific es, "dislikes being hustled over the manual "will at least
about the physical arrange- around by excitable people. He cause the travel and advance
ments for a Carter appearance. needs 15, to 20 minutes of pri- staff to read and act upon the
It touts Carter's hair as his vate time to prepare for every noncontroversial sections."
best feature, and it tells how
to arrange television lighting
to create a radiant circle around
Carter's head to highlight it.. Wednesday, October 13
WHOEVER APPEARS on Ibrahim el-Nawa
stage with Carter, the handbook
says, "should be Middle Ameri- First Curator of the Egyptian Museum
can in appearance and balanced "TREASURES OF THE
by race and sex."I
"Don't leave enthusiasm to PHARAOH TUTANKHAMON"
hanceby Ecatoeriunghard cremon- (Slides & Lecture about the collection of King Tut trea-
thusiasts throughout the crowd surers which is now being shown in the U.S.)
... Organize 'spontaneous' cheer- 4:0 p.m. Kellogg Auditorium
ing ... Instruct the claques to
clap, chant, and cheer when the Sponsored by the Center for Near Eastern & North African
candidate arrives," the manual Studies and the School of Dentistry
advises.
The handbook tells Carter's

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AP Photo
Claws
It may appear that this crab is ready to devour 8-year-old Laura Moragas, but these pinchers have been boiled and will soon
be heading to Colorado where they will sell for about $5 a pound.
. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Il TUESD

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Tuesday, October 12, 1976 lets." 2038 Randall Lab, 4 p.m. Oct. 20 - Rike's, The Procter &j
DAY CALENDAR volleyball: U-M vs. Western Mich Gamble Distributing Co., Providence
Univ, Cent Campus Rec, 6:30 p.m. Hospital, Lord and Taylor.
Cont Med Educat: Diabetes Melli- Africa '76 Week: All Mazrui: "Na- Oct. 21 - PRE-LAW CONFERENCE
tys Conf, Towsley Ctr, 8:15 a.m. tionalists & Statesmen from Nkru- - Over thirty five law schools will
WUOM: A post-presidential debate mah & Degaulle to Nyerere & Kis- have representatives on campus to
discussion with Pauline Frederick singer," Lee Rm 2, MLB, 8 p.m. provide information on programs,
& a panel of foreign policy & de- Astronomical Film Festival: "The financial aid, and curriculum, and
fense experts, 10 a.m. Force of Gravity," "Fluids in admissions. All students are cordi-
Panhellenic Plant Sale: Union Ball- Weightlessness," "Time Is," Jim ally invited to attend. 10 a.m. to 4
room, 10 a.m. Loudon "Why You Can's Go Faster in the Michigan League.
Ecumenical Campus Ctr: lunch- Than Light," Aud 3, MLB, 88 p.m. Oct. 22 - Eastman Kodak Co., K-
eon, Barbara Fuller (Dir., Interfaith 16th Annual Organ Music Conf: Mart Apparel.
Council for Peace) "vietnam After Almut Rossler, guest organist; Hill
the War," 921 Church, noon. Aud, 8:30 p.m. Phone: 764-7460 for information on
CEW: "Re-entry '76" informal CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT the following:
brown bag luncheon, an opportuni- RECRUITING ON-CAMPUS CEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOM-
ty to get acquainted & share' prac- Oct. 12 - Montgomery Ward & EN available to women whose edu-
tical tips, questions, successes; bev- Co., Institute for Paralegal Train- cation has been interrupted for at
erages provided; all interested wom- ing, an Massachusetts Mutual Life least 24 months & who are pursun
en & men invited; 328 Thompson, Ins. C - an academic prof. degree programW,
noon. Oct. - Consortium for Grad. full/part-time.
Arch, Urban Planning: Edward Os- Study in Mngt., DHEW-PHS-HSA Residency in Hospital Pharmacy
trander (Cornell Univ) "The Behav- Indian Health Service (Nurses), Met- available at Rhode Island Hospital,
iorist Looks at Environmental De- ropolitan Life Ins. Co., U.S. Marine Providence RI.
sign," 2104 Art&Arch, N Campus, Corps. Fellowships & internships for PhD's
12:30. Oct. 14 - Bell System, George in Clinical Psychology available with
16th Annual Organ Music Conf: Washington U/Law. Devereux Foundation in Philadel-
student organists, 4 p.m. Oct. 15 - Columbia 'U./Grad. Sch. phia & may also be available in
Africa '76 Week: Ameyaw Akumfi of Bus. Calsf. & Texas.
"Olympic Boycott," Lee Rm 2 MLB, Oct. 18 - American Hospital Sup- MADEMOISELLE/COLLEGE BOARD
4 p.m. ply Corp. /GUEST EDITOR COMPETITION -
Condensed Matter Seminar: L. Oct. 19 - Stanford U./Sch. of A salaried month as Guest Editor,
Sander "Observation of Capillary Bus., American Hospital Supply working with regular editors in N.Y.
Resonances of Electron-Hole Drop- Corp. office. Details at CP&P.

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