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Papa Four

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 31, 1976

Paqe Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 31, 1976

PD. POL. ADV.
the business of ed uc'ation
is education"
ED REICHBACH
Washtenaw Community College Trustee
6 year term
paid for by Committee to Elect Ed Reichboch

SUNDAY MAGAZINE

PERSPECTIVE

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Mo remembers: No regrets

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Buy your April yearbook

in October

By ANN MARIE LIPINSKI
"She's terrific," the con-
gressman says when the sub-
ject of the conversation turns
to his daughter Bambi. "You
know, she was our best cam-
paigner. And my wife, she was
great too. The press. really
loved her. They therw a party
for her in New York . . ." His
voice trails off, and the mo-
mentary sparkle the nostalgia
brought to his eyes starts to
fade. Mo Udall is uncomfort-
able when he thinks about his
now-evaporated campaign for
the presidency. He misses it.
When Udall walked into the
Union Ballroom here Wednes-
day, to stump for Jimmy Car-
ter, it was as if someone sud-
Ann Marie Lipinski is an as-
sociate editor of the Sunday
Magazine.

denly turned the electricity on.
The room had taken on a dim
pallor during a seemingly end-
less statement from Perry Bul-
lArd who was pinch-hitting for
the tardy Arizona congressman.
But one glimpse of Udall, and
the audience was brought back
to life. It's as if their man still
had a chance of grabbing that
gold ring. But for Udall and
his loyal fan club, the carousel
ride is over. They gather now

ing about what remains for his
die-hard disciples.
"I've had a 'number of my
supporters join the Carter cam-'
paign and I've had some of
them try to tell me they're go-
ing to vote for McCarthy. But
the majority feeling I get is,
Well, if you want us to go
with Carter we'll go with Car-
ter. But don't ask us to have
the kind of enthusiasm we had
for you."'

fpre the votes were tallied to
tell them he was sticking out
the nomination race "based on
the fact that large numbers of
Udall delegates have asked
and urged that it be made pos-
sible for them to cast a sym-
bolic vote for the things our
campaign 'stood for."
Although the campaign is
over for Udall, "the things our
campaign stood -for" aren't. He
maintains he can wage the

...and save $1.00
The MichiganEnsian staff
is offering you this chance
to reserve your copy of the

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Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY
Udall

yearbook

for only $10.

H HURRY!

to sing praises of Jimmy Car- The Udall talking now - the same war in the House that he
ter, but it's not the same. once hoped he could wage
tiUdall with the proud grin from the White House - albeit
"Udall supporters are indi- dominating his skyscraper omale scle o, f now,
vidualists and idealists," he frame - is the same Udall we on a smaller scale. So, for now,
says. He stares wistfully out of remember from the summer he says he'll continue to carry
the window of a prop ehis congressional load and toy
thewinow f aprp plane convention. The same Udall with thoughts of maybe some-
which is flying him to Big Beav- who summoned his delegates to ith thehts o aeo-
er airport in Troy following his the Gold Room of the New day asking the Arizona elector-
Ann Arbor address. He's think- York City Statler Hilton be- ate for the Senate seat which
Barry Goldwater now occupies.
Meanwhile, he's doing a little
half - hearted campaigning for
WHAT IS A PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAM? te"manwho brought a prema-
Come find out. On Nov. 2, when JOHN P. "He's a good, sound, tough
BROWN, Assistant Dean at the Kennedy School me choosingsays ofadjectr
of Government, at Harvard University is on carefully. Nothing derogatory,
campus to talk with students, interested in pub- but nothing too sugary, either.
lic service careers. The School's Public Admin- He's asking voters to put Car-
istration Program will be discussed also. AEI ter back on the government
majors are welcome to attend. For further de- nayroll, but he saves his strong-
tails please contact Mrs. Virginia Stegath, est endorsement remarks for
Communications Coordinator, Career Planning r he altemrinatiesaw frighten-
and Placement. "I don't want to come here
-ihypocrisy and say I was all
wrong and Carter was all right
but I know what I get from
TICKETS GO ON SALE OCT. 28 Gerald Ford and on the things
I care about I get nothing.
With Jimmy Carter I get 50 per
cent 40 per cent, sometimes
100 per cent." ,
See LOOKING, Page 7

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