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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 17, 1910

Chinese back radical purge

Hopefuls trade wires

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Mass meetings were held in
Peking, in factories and court-
yards, as the campaign gathered
force to discredit the four, be-
lieved arrested nine days ago.
RELIABLE sources said some
Chinese had been told that Ma-
dame Mao - branded "the em-
press dowager" in one poster
yesterday - and her colleagues
plotted to murder Hua.
Hua, a moderate with a repu-
tation as a talented, tough-talk-
ing administrator, has been
named to succeeod Mao as

Communist Party chairman.
On the capital's main boule-
vards the mood was markedly
relaxed. Experienced sinologists
are convincbd the purge of the!
radicals has the overwhelming'
support of the populace.
SLOGANS WENT up all over
Shanghai with the names of the
four politburo members written
upside down and a red cross
against each. Banners bore gro-
tesque cartoons depicting Ma-
dame Mao as a witch.
The campaign appeared to be

spreading fast. Hsu Ching-hsien, '
an affable Shanghai administra- (Continued from Page 1) ; sistently througaout his cam- On foreign policy, Carter told
tor closely associated with "Frankly," it went on, "you paign that he favors defense his news conference he would
Chang Chun-chiao, was attack- have changed your positions on cuts of five per cent, or $5 bil- not se id American troops to
ed in posters along with lesser these and other important issues lion to $7 billion. Asked about fight in Eastern Europe if any
officials, so often that it is difficult for two newspaper reports to the of the nations there revolted
Chang, the most powerful of me and the American people to contrary, Carter replied, "I against the Soviet Union. He
the four leftists, was mayor of understand who you are and can't deny that I ever said that. said he could not commit Ameri-
Shanghai and his downfall seem- what you really represent." I don't remember." can troops to fight abroad "un-
ed certain to topple others in THE TONE of Ford's tele- Carter said that as President less our own security is at
the city administration, gram was underlined by the he would continue mortgage in- stake."
The leftist management com- opening: "Dear Jimmy" com- terest and property tax deduc. "I would not consider our own
mittee of Tsinghua University { pared to Carter's "Dear Mr. tions. He acknowledged that he security at stake if military ac-
here has also been criticized President." said during the Massachusetts tion was initiated by Hungary
by students who called on the Ford used the whistlestops to primary that he might consider or Poland or East Germany
party Central Committee to take launch a harsh attack on Car-!eliminating them, but he insisted against the Soviet Union," he
over the campus. ter, saying "he wanders, he that the following day he made said.
wavers, he waffles and he wig-. ha te fol wn d y he m e si.
TheernRiveinCaliornaesheul bet clear that he opposed eliminat- CARTER SAID he would with-
The Kern River in California, gles" and could not be trusted igteddcin.da tmcwaosfo
flwn hruh Tlneadb meias ng the deductions. draw atomic weapons from
Kern counties, hasrbeen called Travelling through country as- Carter has not estimated how South Korea and pul out U.S.
the fastest river in the nation. sociated with Abraham Lincoln, much new social programs troop or a fourtd ve year
It drops 91 feet for 40 miles he recalled the Civil War Presi- would cost. But he contends period, although "adequate tac-
through Kern canyon and dur. dent's admonition that a house economic recovery and elimina- ticaldair cover would be con-
ing. its flood period has been{ divided could not stand." Jimmy' tion of waste could generate $60 tinued and the South Korean
clocked at moretdan 100 mil dCarter wants to divide America. billion for social spending in his forces would be strengthened.
h ame a1 m sFord wants to heal America," first term. He has said that He also said "I wouldn't go

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w hat 1 CARTER coupled his telegram balance the federal budget by
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B S E I; the university of michigan
Iight artists and craftsmen guild
IIinvites you to an exhibition and sale of
save yourceramics, fibers, graphics, jewelry,
f e paintings, and sculpture
by 75 guild members
saturday, oct.16-8 am'to6pm

BSE means breast self- I
examination. Learn the
simple technique. Then
use it-every month. It
might save your life.
1.95% of all breast cancers 1
are first discovered by
women themselves.
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see your doctor promptly.'
8 times out of 10 it's noth-I
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can tell. And early detec-
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Unit of the.
Americm~an M
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sunday, oct. 17-1 noon to b pm
grounds of community high school, across
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protect Taiwan, but would seek
a pledge from mainland China
that it would not seek to take
over the island.
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Quaddies
get taste
of co-op
living
(Continued from Page 1)
economical. The co-op members
will be paying some $55 per per-
son each month for food while
the dorm siphons off $105 a
month for its fare.
The East Quad Co-op is the
first of its kind in a dormi-
tory. When asked if there would
be more such co-ops in other
dorms, Feldkamp said it would
be difficult because of two po-
tential problems: fire and food
poisoning.
"The halls just aren't design-
ed for food preparation," he
said. He went on to suggest that
students who wish to prepare
their own food, if that is their
main concern, should seek fa-
cilities outside the University.
Daily Official Bulletin
Sunday, October 17, 1976
TV Ctr: Two Women: Twenty
Years; channel 2, 7 am.
Artists, Craftsmen Guild Fall Fes-
tival: by Farmer's Market, noon.
WUOM: "Options in Education,"
p pm.
Wesley Foundation: Elaine Alex-
ander (life-work planner) "Life-
work Planning Workshops," 602 2
Huron St, 7:30 pm.
Mortarboard: general meeting,
Martha Cook, 7:30 pm.
PTP: Shakespeare's "Othello,"
Power Ctr, 8 pm.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 34
Sunday, October 17, 1976
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published d a i y Tuesday through
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