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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

uesday, November 9, 1976

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The
Transcendental
Meditation
Program
Education For Enlightenment
Intelligence, perception, comprehension, and academic

(Continued from Page 1) 1
loser. But Ronald Reagan may
have such a base, and he sure-
ly will try to reshape the party.
So will John Connally.
BUT THERE is also a new
generation emerging.
As Republicans seek to re-f

the

are new names to be reckoned
with, names like Gov-elect
James Thompson of Illinois,
Sens.-elect John Chafee of
Rhode Island, John Danforth of
Missouri and Richard Lugar of
Indiana.
Sen. Howard Baker of Ten-
nessee may be ready to move

erao
and will cut them in while pro-
grams are being developed irk-
stead of dumping White House
proposals on their desks as
writ.
For the first time since Lyn-
don Johnson left office, both
President and Congress are
Democratic.

If

Jimmy

than President-elect Carter, be-
lieve they have cures for what
ails America, and the 95th is
not likely to be a production-
line Congress, churning out1
bills to meet the administra-:
tion's specifications. One Carter
aide acknowledges that what!
goes undone in the first 100

federal department intoa
py 200, and most of th
men and women who hol
listed in the political
book" are reconciled t
imminent departure.
A $40,000-a-year HEW
writer, once an aide to
Rockefeller, says he wa
stay - in part becauset
hunting has yielded few
pests. His answer: "Tra
yourself'overnight intoa
ing Democrat. I see 16 y
Grits and Fritz."
Others already have d

performance improve directly through the TM program. vive a party as shattered by for party power, his path clear- days will be more difficult to
the narrow defeat of 1976 as by ed now that the national ambi- F U1 R T H E R M O R E, achieve in the second 100.
the landslide loss of 1964, there tions of his colleague, lame-duck every President has his honey- The Republican political wars
Introductory Lectures - - ---- Sen. William Brock, have been moon, with Congress and with will not be long in starting.
dashed by defeat at home, the people. Carter knows that, Reagan already has said he,
TODAY, September z$ 2and he also knows that it will means to see to it that the par-
60c a game, AMONG Democrats, the po- one day end. He said Congress ty hews to a conservative course
at 2:Q0;and 7:30 p.m.-litical change is as pronounced. is likely to be willing to co- for the future.
Multi-PRoom 3rd Fl r would you believe? A re-elected Vice President operate at least for the early
urpose oom, roo Mondale would, in 1984, be a stages of the administration. 'CARTER'S coming will bring
Underg rd Librar formidable candidate for nomi- But the path between the about drastic changes in the
Undergrad.BLibrar nation to succeed Carter. If the White House and the Caitol is federal bureaucracy as well. He j
Fr More Information: 761-8255 LICarter administration can not likely to be a smooth one has promised to reorganize 1,700
at the match promise with perform- for long. There are grievances -
Students International Meditation Society ance, Sen. Edward Kennedy's already. Carter is very much PAPER ALCiEMY
U N ION time may have come and gone the outsider. There was virtual-
©1976 world Plan Executive Council--U.S. All rights reserved before he was ready for it. ly no congressional input into MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Like?
Transcendental Meditation" and TM* are service marks of WPEC-U.S., a non-OPEN I I A.M. John "Jay" Rockefeller is, his campaign. And he is not the alchemists of the Middle
OPENu11 AaMo.finally, governor-elect of West given to compromise, which is Ages who attempted to. turn"
Virginia, a winner on his second -- after all - the occupation of iron into gold, the citizens off
try. Sen.-elect Daniel Moynihan congressmen. . this city have been turning oldi
of New York is not a man to In the Senate, the party line- newspapers into money. For
be satisfied with the back up remains 62 Democrats, 38 the past seven years residents
bench, in the Senate or in the Republicans. But there, too, of Madison have been coop-
party. changes is the agenda. erating in a city-sponsored re-
- cycling drive.I
INDEED, when Carter launch- MIKE Mansfield is retired, According to the American
\.:.if E E Il7ed hiJ miraculous campaign and there will be a new major-1 Paper Institute, the organiza(
f rom nowhere to the White ity leader to run the show. Sen. tion that helped the city start,
i House,he assumed he would Robert Byrd, (D-W, Va.), a rel- its recycling program, Madison
9 , have to contest Kennedy, and atively conservative senator, is
TU SD Y Nv.that he could defeat him. battling to succeed him, against and towns that have discovered
10:00-2:00 p.m.-Information table in Fishbowl with materials on Israel, Middle Eastdi gthere isprofitinrecycling.Las
Aliyah, touring, study programs, Kibbutz, books and pamphlets for sale, and tickets for To match his performances the challenges of Sen. Ernest yer pon eclig. Last
"HERE IS ISRAEL '76." j with his promises, Carter will Hollings, (D-SiC.), Sen. Hubert year alone, nearly 4.5 million
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10-TEACH-IN on and around Campus I need Congress, and he promises'Humphrey, (D-Minn.), and Sen. rous wf wroldnwaperbeeth
to build a close relationship. HelEdmund Muskie, Br(issil-telielainer thrw w y wer ould ae e n
10:00-2:00 p.m.-Information table in Fishbowl-see Tuesday, says he will consult soon with Byrd is still the likely wnner' sold for a $23,000 profit
4:00 p.m.-Prof. Baruch ,Bracha (Univ. of Tel-Aviv): "Protection of Human Rights in Democratic leaders and mem- but he may have been hurt bys f $0i
Israel," Low School, Roomli'38, Hutchins Hall. bers of the House and Senate changes in the Senate lineup; at
5:30 p.m.-Hebrew Table; Alice Lloyd, North Dining Room (Every Week) herstohrteeemous d BOAT STATE
7:00 p.m.-Aviv Mutchnick: "Integration of Ethnic Groups in Israel," South Quad, would have supported him were
Student Council Room, woFld hav sTupesd hi MINNEAPOLIS ,AP) - The
7:00 p.m.-Speaker to be Announced: "Kibbutz: A Continuing Experience," East Quad' HAIRSTYLING FOR losers last Tuesdays. nesof licensednboas n
Ro 16.1 MEN & WOMEN Across the party aisle,. Sen. Minnesota reached an all-time
7:00 p.m.-Violet Zamir: "Role of Women in Israel," Bursley (North Campus), East TRY A NEW LONG Robert Griffin of Michigan peak of 453,333 as of January
Study Room. OR SHORT STYLE seeks to succeed minority lead- 1976, up by 9,000 from a year
9:00 p.m.-Prof. Arthur Mendel, History, U of M, "Zionism as a Movement of National DASCOLA er Hugh Scott. Tennessee's Bak- ier.
Liberation," Alice Lloyd, Red Carpet Lounge. er may challene him arer are 360,841 motorized
9:00 p.m.-David Frank: "Studying in Israel-An Encounter with Israeli Culture," Mark- BARBERS ,c a'rgehird
ley, Contourse Lounge: % ~Iboats, 7,3 aos 455si
ley, Concourse Lounge. Arborland.......971-9975 ALL TOLD, there will be 18 b 76,30 canoes, i
S Maple Village . , 766-2733 boats and .1,627 nonmotorized
THURSDAY, Nov. 11 Lb off Sa 6-92 new faces in the Senate, 17 by boats in Minnesota.
10:00-2:00 p.m.-Information table in Fishbowl-see Tuesday. East U at So. U. 662-0354 election and one, possibly Gov. With one boat licensed for
-2:00p.m.m"HERE IS ISRAEL '76. An evening of Israeli entertainment, music art, and Wendell Anderson, (D-Minn.), every 8.9 persons, boat owner-
crafts in Trueblood Theater, Frieze Buildirfg. 1-iby appointment to succeed ship in the state is the high--'
Tickets through Hillel, at information table, or at door, $1.5081 Mondale. est per capita in the nation,
FN" The newcomers, no less than a spokesman for the Depart-'
FRIDAY, Nov. 12 the senior senators and no less ment of Natural Resources said.
9:00 p.m.-Oneg at Hebrew House, 800 Lincoln (at Hill St.), Speaker: Benjamin Mela- LET US HELP YOU PLAN
mad of Israeli Student Organization. - AHEAD TO BECOME A CPA g ... ......, .......s........:....."................t :.... .... .:
SUNDAY, Nov. 14 OSanrFrancisco Mine Troupe -a
1:0-3:00 p.m.4-Israeli Folk Dancing, Hillel, 1429 Hill St., 25c. (Every week at this " EW S1N n
new time and place). M
5:30 p.m.--Representatives of Garin Arava (,for a Reform Movement Kibbutz) will meet ,AAO RAP 31S5421656 False Pronises/los Enganaron
with students. Hillel, 1429 Hill'St. ^AO "^P'DS 61654. A0T THE
Sponsored by B'nai B'rith Hillel Soundation in Association with various Israeli-
oriented student groups and the Israeli Student Organization at The University Power Center
of Michigan. Nov. 111 1976-8 p.m.

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Carter
a skim- one of those jobs in the plum
e 2,200 book wasu't filled by a Demo-
d posts crat." Surrick has been job
"plum hunting since last May.
o their "I guess there's a trade-off,"
said Loren Rivard, an assist-
speech- ant to Interior Secretary Thom-
Nelson as Kleppe. "If you want the
ants to responsibility, the action, if
his job- you want to have an impact, the
w pros- types of jobs you can do it in
ansform are the insecure jobs."
a flam-
ears of STILL, there are lingering
desires. "I'd like to stay if I
eserted were asked," said Dr. Richard
hip of Roberts, ERDA's assistant ad-
ty of a ministrator for nuclear energy.
lawyer He quickly adds, as do most,
political that he's not worried ab'out
rtment, finding new work.
naugur- Regardless of how successful
Federal they are, inevitably, some
White tough moments - too many
ner Af- goodbyes, a sense of being out
Depart- of it. And hard questions, like
the one that Domestic Council
attorney Richard Parsons was
he elec- asked by A-year-old son Greg-
eceived ory as they watched a news pro-
e pose- gram.
Product "Hey, does this mean this
new guy is going to move in the
presi- White House?"
ure to "You got it," replied the fa-
rick, a ther.
HEW, "Does that mean I can't eat
every lunch there any more?"

the sinking political s
Gerald Ford for the safe
Civil Service post. One
in five years has held p
jobs in the Justice Depa
Nixon's re-election and i
al committees, the I
Trade Commission, the
House Office of Consum
fairs, and they Interior I
ment.
TWO WEEKS before th
tion, he applied for and re
a protected Civil Servic
tion with the Consumer T
Safety Commission.
But mose of the 2,200
dential appointees fig
leave, period. John Suri
public affairs official at
says "I'd be amazed if

Gallup calls second
debate fatal to Ford

WASHINGTON (AP) - Poll-
ster George Gallup said yester-
day the foreign policy debate
with Jimmy Carter combined
with the steady barrage of
bleak economic news in October
probably cost President Ford
the election.
Gallup said Ford had staged
an amazing resurgence after
the campaign began in earnest
in mid-September, coming from
17 points behind Carter to near-
Ay even by the time of the sec-
ond debate. But that debate
stopped his phenomenal upward
momentum, and he never re-
covered, Gallup told a news
conference.
HE SAID he could not attri-
bute the loss of momentum spe-
cifically to Ford's comment
during the debate that Eastern
Europe was not under Soviet
domination.
Gallup said the debates were
the oi)ly clearly measurably
factor that affected the . final
weeks of the campaign.
However, he added that vot-
ers had shown steadily escala-
ting concern about the economy.
Therefore, he said, the pre-elec-
tion economic indications that
inflation was flaring again and
that unemployment was still
high took their toll on Ford's
vote.
GALLUP'S last polling ended
at noon on Saturday, Oct. 30,
'I TIEV'I

three days before the election,
and showed Ford 1 percentage
point ahead of Carter, .49 to
48.
The actual vote was 51.1 per
cent for Carter to 48.9 per cent
for Ford, a deviation which
Gallup said is slightly higher
than his organization's devia-
tion from the result in the past
dozen national elections.
Gallup said his organization
found that Carter's comments
on religion and lust in Playboy
magazine and Ford's dismissal
of Agriculture Secretary Earl
Butz had no lasting impact on
the voters.
AND THIS WAS the first elec-
tion since 1936 when foreign
policy issues. did not dominate
a presidential campaign, Gal-
lup said. The top concerns of
voters this year were the high
cost of living, unemployment,
federal spending and crime.
In answer to questions, Gal-
lup said that his organization
compiled a list in December,
1975, of 38 persons who might
be strong presidential contend-
ers and Carter's name.was not
in the group.
He said the list was compiled
by asking ordinary persons as
well 'as those in public positions
or in such fields as publishing
whom they considered national
leaders.

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