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Thursday October 28 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, October 28, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Regent candidates debate

(Continued from Page 1)
a student questioner inquiredt
into the amount of time Regent
Dunn allots to student concerns.t
"I spend 25 per cent of my,
working time on campus meet-
ing with student groups," de-
clared Dunn. "I meet with any!
group that invites me, and I
can give you a list . . . I meett
with frats, I meet with an aw-
ful lot of dorms that invite mel
and faculty groups such as
GEO.
"HAVE YOU ever stood on
the Diag meeting people?" theI
student asked.l
"Yes, in the student union,
yes," Dunn responded.
The Lansing Democrat added;
that the Regents have become{
more receptive to the public;
and its needs, and cited the
creation of an ombudespersoni
several years back as a liaison
between the University and the
student.
"THE accessibility of the Re-
gents is something that's unbe-
lievable," he declared.
That topic created one of the
most noticeable stirs from the
small crowd. Aside from sub-
duedtdiscussions on the fiscal
health of the University - with
each candidate stressing the
importance of alternate forms
of funding - other prominent
points were raised.
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Nederlander called the abilityc
of middle and low income fami- 1
lies to send their children to f
the University a matter of greatI
concern.
"TWO - THIRDS of the stu-t
dents get aid on campus today,"t
he said. "With increases in tui-!
tion over the last few years . . .
we have to seek aid elsewherel
for scholarships."t
One questioner - presumab-
ly in anticipation of a Gradu-
ate Employe Organization
(GEO) strike, asked whether!
graduate assistants are withinj
legality when they organize intoe
a union.t
"I think the necessity of leg-
ality should be the prerogative
of the organization - not me
as a Regent," said Gabriel.
"They have a right to organize
if they so desire.",
HOWEVER, he warned that
it's "very dangerous what po-
sition Regents should take or
not take during negotiations."
Nevertheless, the candidates
sensed little danger when as-
suming positions on other is-
sues.
Dunn and Upton dueled on
the merits of Proposal C, a'
state ballot proposal designedj
to limit all state taxes and ex-
penditures to 8,3 per cent of the
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combined personal income in
the state - and a measure op-
posed by six Regents at the
Board's last meeting.
Upton, who supports the mea-
sure, said "the state must eval-
uate its total tax picture in
terms of competing states," and
added that should the measure
be defeated, "we're going to
lose jobs and lose the type of
taxing we need to keep Michi-
gan going."
DUNN, citing Governor Milli-
ken, the speaker of the House,
and the Senate Majority lead-
er as fellow opponents, said
the proposal will lead to a re-
striction in expenditure - "a
very serious question in terms
of tuition".
Upton, however, maintained
that passage of Proposal C
would result in additional jobs
and increased personal income.
"This has nothing to do with
creating jobs," countered Dunn.
"Anybody who throws jobs in is
clouding the issue."

UPTON WAS also grilled by
Michigan Student Assembly
(MSA) President Calvin Luker,
who asked the St. Joseph Re-
publican about his affiliation
with Michigamua, the men's
organization Luker has hit with
charges of racism and sexism.
"It is certainly not racist in
any way I see it through the
history of the organization,"
said Upton,. adding that the
group has done a "lot of good"
at the University.
Hudler, the Libertarian candi-
date, came to the defense of
both Upton and Michigamua.
"I think people should asso-
ciate with ,who they want to
associate," he said. "It's an in-
dividual decision."
KU" Towers

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IS THIS JUSTICE?
File No. CR 16006: Defendant charged with Assault
with Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm for assaulting
another with a knife. Victim failed to appear at court
--CASE DISMISSED.
File No. 15687: Defendant charged with Malicious De-
struction. No prosecuting witness appeared in court
CASE DISMISSED.
File No. CR 11058: Defendant charged with Receiving
and Concealing Stolen Property. No prosecuting wit-
ness appeared in court-CASE DISMISSED.
File No. CR 13803: Defendant charged with Carrying
a Concealed Weapon. No prosecuting witness appeared
in court-CASE DISMISSED.
File No. CR 11087: Defendant charged with Assault
and Battery. No witness for the prosecution appeared in
court-CASE DISMISSED.
Theres can be no ustice for us when victims and
witnesses fail to show for court. Cases are lost if
victims are not notified of delavs, nor offered ex-
planation, counseling, or assistance by the prose-
cuting attorney.
For more considerate treatment of victims
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Pumpkmiheads
"And I ask the American people whether they want to vote for a squash, and get 'four more years' or vote to put a
pumpkin they can trust in the White House." No. these aren't really Jimmy Carter and Jerry Ford. They are the works
of Ivan Strmecki of Madison, Wisconsin who carved Carter and drew Ford for a picture in his high school newspaper.

Bayh asks support
for Carter in ypsi

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(Continued from Page 1)
about Governor Carter that's'
progressive."
But he contended that even
if everyone doesn't support all
of Carter's positions, it is nec-
essary to nominate a candidate
who at least can get elected.
"I don't think either party
can be successful if its nomi-
nees for office are not repre-
sentative of the majority of
the party or are not perceived
to be representative. I think
that was George McGovern's
problem," he said.
BAYH ALSO pointed to evi-
dence that the progressive spirit:
is alive and well in the party,
citing the same argument Udall
used during the Michigan pri-
mary back in May: "If you
look at the early primaries the
majority of the vote was among
candidates in that spectrum
(liberal) of the party," he add-
ed.

Udall said Tuesday that he
thought a very great number
of progressive issues had been
written into the Democratic
platform. "Even though he
(Carter) won the nomination,
we kept his feet to the fire and
came o"t of it with a good pro-
gressi- platform. He picked
Fritz -'dale and I think I had
something to do with that."
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