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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A WEEKEND DOUBLEHEADER!
TON IGHT:
A Rockin650 music special featuring Bill
Long and CHICAGO-1O p.m.
TOMORROW:
University of Michigan Football
MICHIGAN v. PURDUE-1:15 p.m. with
Rich Lerner, Dave Steinmetz, and Jeanie
Forrest
ON
"THE STUDENT STATION"
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ierce to run for
Congressional seat
(continued from Page 1) Pierce will apparently er
counties, is unclear. size many of the same i
It seems likely, however, that he stressed two years agc
Pierce will have company in cluding reductions in mi
the Democratic primary next spending, tax reform fav
August. Reuther is often men- middle and low income fan
tioned as a possible candidate. and a national health care
BUT REUTHER last night
said that he would "put off un- SOME observers believe
til the first of the year" any Pierce's e a r 1 y announce
decision on running. coupled with his solid sh
Livonia Mayor Edward Mc- two years ago will freez
Namara is also considered a area Democrats considerin,
likely contender for the Demo- ning and may even kee
cratic nomination. other potential candidate
All ready in the race is Del- of the primary.
bert Hoffman, a Democrat on Others think there may
the Monroe County Board of sizable primary field be
Commissioners. the eventual winner will b
ON THE Republican side, the ed by the lack of an incw
situation is even more ambigu- Republican running inthe
ous because Esch will almostrelebin.
certainly run for the Senate eral election.
rather than a sixth term in the Pierce, who has lived it
House. A campaign committee Arbor since he was 10,s
has already been set up in his as a City Councilman
behalf, and an Esch announce- 1964-1966 and narrowly 1
ment for the Senate seat is an- re-election bid. In 1967, h
ticipated early next year. unsuccessfully for mayor.
With the incumbent not run- Pierce received both t
ning, the GOP field is wide I graduate and medical de
open. from the University.

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ssues
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for Ford for CRISP

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Friday, November 7, 1975
Students wait in line

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(Continued from Page!Y) ' presidency, that "I'm crazy (Continued from Page 1) old system" said Doug Padnos.
HOWEVER, he noted that on about it" and noted in the midst l"At least in this one you get
a recent trip to South Carolina, of questions about his future Inga wats' o i screwed arbitrarily."
750 guests showed up at a re- that "you're all forgetting I'm In an attempt to eliminate the Padnos added that if a stu-
ception where 250 had been ex- going to be here 14 months., dmic A irs Fran for dent knows a terminal operator
pected and "that's the kind of AT THE news conference he adine a it n es he or she can register for a
reaction I'm getting around the dismissed questions about his tember to review the system class even if'it is officially
cuty"future as "speculation." adsgetsltos h o~ closed.
t tWyenasked if he would cam- ftr s" cltoi a h and suggest solutions. The com- coesieo h opans
Weaseifhwolca- On other matters raised at the mitesrpri xetdi In spite of the complaints,
paign next year for Ford, news conference, Rockefeller: tee fre. Acdin Rodgers expressed confidence
Rockefeller said that was barr- -Rpadhi dferns the near future. According to th ", l eisrto ilg
-Repate hi diferecesthat "early registration will go
t ed under the federal campaign r- R d hi derees Dave Rodgers, director of LSA reasonably well, assuming tic-
ed u h died he aidd hCheck Point, the committee's
law but indcate e wou avert a financial default by recommendations will be im- kets are distributed properly
continue his appearances boost- New York City. He said that the plemented for this term's ear- and we handle the override situ-
ing Ford at functions around President's plan would probably ation well.
the nation. require the federal govern-
White House Press Secretary ment to guarantee debt certifi- h BUT ONE- floor below, the air
c Ron Nessen said later Rocke- cas and concluded "it's going M E A N W H I L E, un- remained tense. "Are you all
feller "told the President he to come out more or less the dreds of students clutch their OX to POS?" asked a recep-
t will campaign for him" and will me I.D. cards and grin - and - bear- O , to e a re
same" as plans for pre-default. fit eflpaeicgoupsofthe
- appear at GOP events where his aid. it through the two - hour wait. fifteen alphabetic subgroups the
expenses are paid for by the -Said Ford hasn't written off 'I just don't like waitig so
d r sd n o d C m it e e ok i e t y a' lc I j s o ' i e w ii g S system uses to determine the
n President Ford Committee.- New York in next year's elec- long," sighed Sue Popovich, a order of appointment card dis-
d AFTER the news conference, tion but that his position on aid sophomore in Inteflex who had tribution.
n Rockefeller remained in the Ex- has hurt him there politically, just finished a four-hour chem- A disgruntled "yes" came
a ecutive Office Building audi- -Refused to say whether he istry lab before joining the vig- from the crowd of waiting stu-
n torium, often used by the Pres- approves of the President's de- il. dents.
ident for news conferences, cision to nominate former Re- Despite the discomfort of long
- chatting with reporters for an- publican Chairman George lines, most students still seem
s other 15 minutes. Bush to head the Central Intelli- to prefer the new registration Gates Brown, Bill Freehan,
He said he would refuse to gence Agency, saying: "This system over the old Waterman Willie Horton, Mickey Lolich
reconsider his decision if Ford,!is not my responsibility and I Gym melee. and Mickey Stanley have
after being renominated, asks was not in on the discussions 1played 10 or more years with
him to come on the 1976 GOP which led up to it." "I THINK it's better than the+the Detroit Tigers.
ticket, declaring "I didn't write -_-
this letter to be coy or tricky."
He insisted, when askedSGvoe ti lcio
__enhe SGC votes down elctlion
about how he likes the, vice
budget increase for fall term
y 0U R R 00K
By CATHERINE REUTTER A PROPOSAL was soundly student organizations and gen-
IE LiE Last night Student Govern- defeated which would have urg- eral events to students and cam-
ment (SGC) refused to add $200 ed the Senate Advisory Com- pus groups.
to their $2,800 fall election bud- mittee on University Affairs' The fall election, scheduled
AT OIL R get. Had the funds been allocat- (SACUA) Student Relations for November 18-20, will offer
ed, they would have gone to cov- Committee (SRC) to increase 22 candidates for 7 SGC seats, at
er additional expenses for the student representation. The pre- least 6 constitutional conven-
EE election.sent 4-9 split favors the facul- tion representatives, who are
ty. David Frye, an SRC mem- running in case the proposal
* BURGERS SGC also passed a resolution ber, claimed that SACUA passes, and candidates from the
urging that teaching assistants dorms for the University Hous-
* C HI CKEN ta ecigassat
(TA's) should participate in a would, "rip it (student/faculty ing Council. Meet - the - candi-
FISH FRY training program conducted by parity) to shreds." date sessions, which have been
Graduate Employee Organiza- Council also discussed the badly attended until now, are
Open Oaily tion and the University teach- new Student Information Cen- scheduled until the election.
11 AM-9 PM Ong staff. The resolution decried A HOST of ballot proposals in-
"the quality of the teaching" of ter, which is gradually expand- clude voluntary funding for SGC
" Low Prices some TAs. ing to provide information about and a plan to lift the non-union

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Friday, November 7
Day Calendar
WUOM: Andrew Porter, translator
of Wagner's Ring of the Niebelungs,
10 am.
j Educ. Communications Media/A-v
Ctr.: You See I've Had a Life; Pee-
gee, Schorling Aud., SEB, noon.
'Int'l Ctr.: Coffee hour-foreign &
Amer. students, 3-4:30 pm.
IAstronomy: H. D. Aller, "The Lin-
ear Polarizations of Extragalactic
Variable Radio Sources," P&A Col-
loq. Rm., 4 pm.
Boccaccio Festival: Oscar Budel,
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to committee a grant to pay off
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Code," Rackham Ampb., 4 pm: ange juce and doughnuts. An-
"Boccaccio and the Literary Form,"
achmAssembly Hall, 8 pm. other proposal referred to corn-
Hockey: UM vs. North Dakota, Mittee concerned funding to the
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 pm. New American Movement to
PTP: Irene, Power, 8 pm. help fight Senate Bill One and
Astronomy Visitors' Night: R. C. keep the Ann Arbor Tenants
Teske, ItNewton - the Mind That Union alive.
Found the Future," 8 pm.
Music School: Contemporary Fes- SGC also arioroved a $350
tival, Rackham Aud., 8 pm; degree rant to the Bi-cultural Day
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