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Tuesday, September 9, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Kansas City to host '76
Republican convention

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'% , *WASHINGTON (AP) - Repub-
':. .licans ratified Kansas City, Mis-C
souri for their 1976 nominatingF
:?convention yesterday and heards
,:: their national chairman pro-1
claim that GOP prospects aren
on the upswing due to PresidentL
Fords "outstanding leadership."1
Chairwoman Mary Smith alsoc
told the Republican Nationalt
Committee that she hopes tor
raise more than $20 million to
support GOP candidates in 1976'
under provisions of the newv
campaign law that permit multi-t
candidate committees to supple-P
ment funds of individual office-c
seekers,
WITHOUT DISSENT, the 167-
member committee accepted itst
site selection committee's rec-c
ommendation to convene thec
1976 GOP convention next Aug.
16 in Kansas City despite reser-
vations about the city's Kemper
Arena and its hotel capacity.
Kansas City won out over
Cleveland, Ohio, which had evenc
.more severe hotel problems.
Cleveland MayortRalph Perk
accepted the decision in a brief
speech, "You gave us a fair
hearing. We came out number1
two."
AP Photo California Republican Chair-t
ctice of the Warren High School March- man Paul Harle asked howt
e of his tuba? many of the promised 15,755
- -rooms in the Kansas City area
were actually located an hour
T ROLS: away in Topeka, Kan. Vice
chairman Edwin Middleton of
Kentucky estimated that about
2,000-2,500 rooms might be in
~Ud~bI#)that category and conceded "it:
extensin
i ex ensionlis not an ideal situation."
BUT HE NOTED it has often
made to override his promised veto of taken an hour to get to conven-
a bill extending price controls for six tion halls in Miami Beach, Fla.,
months. site of the last two conventions,
and San Francisco, where the
CONSUMER ADVOCATE Ralph Nader GOP met in 1956 and 1964.
told a congressional subcommittee Mon- Ford reportedly favored a
day the veto should be overridden. midwestern site. The decision to
go to Kansas City brings the
If the Senate overrides the veto, it is GOP convention to a city that
generally agreed the House will do the last hosted a national convention1
same. But if the Senate vote goes in in 1928, when Republicans nom-
Ford's favor, there will be no attempt to inated Herbert Hoover. Kansas
City was also the site of last
override in the House. December's Democratic mini-:
Then, presumably, Ford's plan to grad- convention.
I The Republican choice of Kan-
wally remove price controls over 39 sas City drew criticism from'
months probably would be accepted by -as City_ drew__rt_ sm__r_ m
Congress, since the only alternative would

Republican chairperson Audrey
Colom of the National Women's
Political Caucus because Mis-
souri has not ratified the Equal
Rights Amendment. Republican
members voted at a convention
last June in support of a reso-
lution to require that the GOP
convention be held in a state
that had ratified the amend-
ment.
THE GOP will convene five'
weeks after the Democrats open
their 1976 convention July 12 in
New York City. The Democrats
chose New York 12 days ago in
a close contest with Los An-
geles.
Smith noted in her speech that
the party was at a "critical
crossroads" when the national
committee last met in March.
"Now, only six months later,
we're seeing daylight," shei
added,
"There is no longer any ques-
tion that there can be a signifi-!
cant Republican victory in 1976,"
Smith said. She drew applause:
when she declared, "President
Ford has presented outstanding
leadership to this nation," and
added that the party has also
been helped because "the Demo-
crat- controlled Congress hasf
floundered hopelessly."
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Young Al Cassidy strikes the pose of a true professional during a break in Band pra
ing Band in Gurnee, Illinois. And where else would a musician rest but in the shad
SUPPORTS FURTHER PRICE COT
Ford may back oil plan

WASHINGTON A') - Preside
apparently is willing to support,
extension of oil-price controls onl:
gress approves his plan to phase
trols over 39 months, House Spea
Albert said yesterday-
Albert, reporting on Ford's
said that because of the wide v
opinion in the House there was n
could assure the President thatt
could approve the 39-month phase
AN IDENTICAL effort to grad
price controls was rejected by t
on July 30.
After congressional leaders n
Ford yesterday to discuss energ
It's no do
with these
BARRINGTON, Ill. (P - A
dog's life? More than 500 cats
and 300 dogs live in a swanky
setting where all they have to
do is eat.
Research scientists and vet-'
erinarians oversee the colony
which is operated by the Quaker
Oats Co. as a proving ground for
pet food.
FEW CATS or dogs in the
world are raised with silver
spoons in their mouths like
these pets in their immaculate
individual kennels, play areas,
and maternity and hospital
quarters. They room and board
in and around an updated man-i
sion on an estate hugged by
trees and flowers in this fash-
ionable suburb northwest of
Chicago.
And few cats or dogs are
watched over so closely. Their
meals are assayed by analytic
and organic chemistry staffs,
exploring nutritional theories
and food acceptability.
Food is served on stainless
steel dishes wheeled to the
"taste panels" on stainless steel
carts by white-cloaked attend-
ants.
SMALL amounts of newly de-
veloped pet food are fed to
white mice, guinea pigs and
hamsters before being offered to
the dog and catcolony.
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nt Ford Democrats schedul
a 45-day sider Ford's positio
y if Con- Albert said that F
out con- action on decontrol
ker Carl ural gas moving ac
position, HE SAID the Pr
ariety of possibility of allowi
o way he 180 days this fall to
Congress state markets for n
e-out. According to a
some industries fac
wally end out of gas and hav
he House tion.
Last week Demo

ed a caucus to con-
on.
Ford also urged prompt
ling the price of nat-
ross state lines.
resident discussed the
ng gas-short industries
reach into unregulated
atural gas supplies.
administration officials
e the threat of running
ving to curtail produc-
crats agreed to make

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FOR STUDENTS?
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additional legal services for students.

net with no further effort to compromise with Ford be an immediate end to all price con-.
y, Senate on oil decontrol until after an attempt is trols.
gs life ATTENTION
Scanines Student Organizations
taste buds not only on Quaker You must reregister your organi-
products. but also on competi Z _ ~ al 7 ndW ne
tors' pet foods and reactions are f76.
carefully noted. '76.
If they turn up their noses at
a certain meal - it doesn't Pjck up registration forms at
happen very often - it's back
to the drawing board. If they 3909 Michigan Union
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in terms of flavor, texture, odor:OR
and appearance. The number of; JIM REYNOLDS
dogs and cats is steadily main- .Drco tdn raiain
tained by newborns, and there Director Student Organizations
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