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Wednesday, October 27, 1976
al speech backs Carter

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BALLOTING CONTINUES FOR THREE DAYS:

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GEO starts strike vote

(Continued from Page 1)

didAte) can't escape responsibil-;

and health care. Pierce termed
arnn mio nirctio th nmitr '

UDALL WAS quick to note, '~ 111 ii IUIUi i 111~1JIi~~iiUt'~LI .UIL
ITAL ASqic o oesy trom that, ana t canl on nim economic injustice the country s
however, that his support for in these next seven days . . . to biggest problem. (Continued from Page 1t
Carter did not signal a waffling talk about the real issues of this Following his ballroom speech, added, "I believe that to accept
on his own part. campaign." Udall said that he didn't find it the present University proposal
"I don't take back what I Pumtiing additional support difficult to support Carter "be- is unthinkable and the only al-
said (about Carter during the into" Pierce's already healthy cause the party platform is ternative left to us is a strike."
primary campaign)," he said. campaign, the Arizona congress- ab'out 95 per cent of what .I Chief University bargainer
"I'm not going to come here in man told the audience, "In Ed advocated." John Forsyth was equally disap-
hypocrisy ands say I was all Pierce you've got a special can- I FELT THAT even though pointed with yesterday's ses-
wrong and he was all right .. didate. I've been all around this he (Carter) won the nomina- sion, but he disagreed with un-
But I know what I get from country and I haven't seen any- tion, we kept his feet to the ion leaders that a strike was
Gerald Ford and on the things I where, any candidate who offers fire and came out of it with their only recourse.
care about I get nothing. With more than this good man offers, a pretty good, progressive plat-
Jmmy Carter iet per cent so help him out." form. He picked Fritz Mondale "I DON'T SEE that a strike
40 per cent, sometimes 100 per Riegle and Pierce, who were and I think I had something would necessarily do them any!
cent." but two of an audience packed to do with that, too," he said. good," Forsyth said. "It won't
- with local Democrats, also Describing Carter's campaign affect our attitude at the bar-
tened in silence to Udall's en-;spoke on behalf of their own strategy, dl s bid he "delib- gaining table."
dorsement of him, he said, "Icampaigns. erately chose to build a broad He went on to explain, When
I coalition of moderates and lib-we ended the last strike, our
hope Michigan won't mnake the RIEGLE DIDN'T stray from erals and conservatives by ap- --.___ -*- -'
mistake of replacing Phil Hart his usual campaign fare, in his pealing on trust and governmen-
-- this gentle, unique, special address which followed Udall's. tal efficiency and a broader
man - with another Republican Commenting on unemployment, sort of program with the de-
down there who's going to be national health insurance and tails to be filled in later. Th present
supporting Gerald Ford. I hope the B-1 bomber, Riegle also There's nothing wrong with that, CorrectionsOfces
this state will give us Don Rie- chided Esch for a television ad- but if you'vetgot an opponent County a
gle and provide us with some vertisement which portrays the who's doing that you do what:
kind of leadership." Flint Democrat as soft on crime. I did any say, 'Here, I'm spe-
Although the ad portrays Rie- cific. I'm telling you what I'mAFacts:
R E F E R R I N G T4 gle's support of a parole bill going to do. We've got to smoke9% of all Corrections "
the recent mud-slinging tactics as easy on criminals, he claims him out, he's been fuzzy.'
which have tainted the Senate the bill was also supported by "Well, he won that argument,"receivedn omaein"
race here, Udall said, "I've many Republicans including. said Udall, "and I think in theEs
been all around this country, Ford. He said it actually ' months since, he's defined him-
and I don't think there's a sen- brought down the number of P'self and spelled his positions
ate contest in the United States paroles. out. I'm not taking back all
that's had less to elevate it than Pierce's address to the audi-: my arguments of the spring but
the contest that been run here ence concentrated on what he between him and Ford . . . I
by the Republicans, termed "economic justice"-de- get nothing from a president
Mary Esch (GOP Senate can- cent housing, food, schooling,: who won't listen to me." Fe'N
McCarthy stumps at Metro
(Continued from Page 1) works say is let's narrow it also stressed his, desire for a
negative light. While a newspa- dawn," he explained. "The net- shortened work week and a re-
perilletiatWhe onewofphis work operates in fears of Demo- distribution of work. "The point
crwd as "ferstan 20 eo- h crats and Republicans because has been dismissed by other
crples they will sa"Mndale h of licensing - there's more ex- candidates but now we find auto
morethey will ay t oneraly cuse for their irresponsibility." workers advocating the same
where they drew 5,000 people, a Reflecting on his past cam- ng frtheir idustry wul
newspaper said that he "one- paign trail journeys, McCarthy be better for the country, and
third as many as in the coliseum further stated that he has seen better for auto workers," he
in 1968." 'people shy away from support- said.
ing an independent-even to the Briefly surveying other salient -. t ss'
"WHAT the press and net- I point of avoiding his speeches- campaign issues, McCarthyfrh
-----I for fear of retaliation from ,said, "I think we've had enough,
strong Democrat or Republican of Watergate. Whether Nixon
functions. He told of an instance was pardoned or not (by Ford),
Iwhere municipal employes said he would have been pardoned.
they didn't want him to address Ford made a bad case for the
"R A A AC K" them because they were depen- pardon . . . but it's quite irrele-
U WW ' ' dent on party - affiliated legis- vant. There are better reasons
"H ' lation. for being against Ford and bet-
A ! ter reasons for being against
McCarthy, sensitive to the in- Carter - for what he said in
"AH.HEM " tfh___Dt.u.,by
" ~ HH "' M 39 terests of his Detroit audience, 'Playboy."

offer was essentially the same ed to require a two-thirds ma-
as when we went into the pority plus at least 660 yes votes
strike. We didn't compromise to go out on strike. Their con-
our principles then and we don't stitution requires only a sim-

plan on compromising our prin-
ciples now."
If a strike is to have any af-
fect, there is no doubt that it
will have to be a strong strike.
At least as strong as the Feb-
ruary 1975 walkout was, when
nearly 700 members voted to
fight.
The union took action to in-
sure a well-supported strike, by
voting last night to increase the
minimum requirements for a
walkout. By an overwhelming
margin, the membership decid-

ple majority of those voting. In
1975 the vote was 689 to 193
in favor of the action.
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