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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 22, 1976

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 22, 1976

Ann Arbor Drivers
Cantata Singers line
MORRIS RISENHOOVER, Dir.
PRESENTS (Continued from Page 1)
F A foot on the floor. We're
FAURE-REQUIEM 175,80, 85, approaching tw4
ahead of us. I kept hittir
NiAHIS-MOTETSI> {knee, but it wouldn't rela
{ finally I just grabbed the
Sy e.and whipped the car on1
Sunday, Fb. 22-4 P.M. shoulder where we mana
stop. It was close."
First Congregational Church it would seem that sue
dents might drive a teacht
STATE AND WILLIAM STS. early retirement, but thi
ADM. $2.50 STUDENTS $1.25 not appear to be true. Ma
jzie, like many other are
- structors, has taught oz
on for several years.
"AT THE TIME," he s
THE CENTER FOR SOUTH AND "there's no fear at all, I'i
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES fectly calm. It's justeafter
I' -then I can't even get out
car, I can't move."
announces a lecture on the Many people claim wom
"POLITICAL EMERGENCY I SEMESTER OR YEAR

ed: Lethal Reagan stands by

Business

conservative views

the worst drivers, but MacKen- (Continued from Page 1)
zie disagrees. "I DON'T think the $90 bil-
"The worst drivers I've had lion thing made such of a dent,"
this year were male," he says. said chief advance staffer Paul
"They were terrible, at least at Russo yesterday.
first. Just really over-confi- "We're up against an incum-I
dent.''I bent. We're just hoping to get
anything over 40 per cent. If
A MAJOR problem in teach- we can just see a crack, we'll
ing driver's education, MacKen- jump into it. After that, things
zie says, is the other drivers on will start snowballing."
the road. He claims that about Russo spoke as Reagan and

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50 per cent of all drivers are1
inconsiderate, and that m a n yc
show their disapproval by honk-I
ing and tailgating.
But he adds that those w h o
misbehave on the road receive
their comeuppence. MacKenzie
laughs, "One time the:,e two
guys pulled up next, to our car
and started laughing at the girl
student. They were bo ;r so busy,
pointing and jeering they ran
smack into the back of a Buick
Riveria. I guess tnzi got thers
[all right.'
Even with all the problems, j
the good times us:a!?y cancel
out the bad. MacKenzie 1 o o k s
forward to more years belrr'd
the wheel, the jumped 12"
curbs, brick walls appearin; out
of nowhere, little old ladies mis-:
sed by inches, and the irrita-
tion of his friends when he in-
sists on telling them how to:
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ASKED HOW Reagan would
interpret a loss to Ford by five
to ten per cent of the ovte,
Russo said, "That's a question
of what you (reporters) write
about it."
While Reagan's Manchester
headquartersrremained b us y
last night, Ford's staff offices
were empty. Ford staffers plan
only a "get out the vote" tele-
phone campaign on Tuesday.
Ford volunteers, after their
last round of telephone canvass-
ing before they vote Tuesday,
predicted a tight race with Ford
the victor.
"It's neck and neck," said
Mike Von Oebsen, vice chair-
man of Ford's Manchester staff.
"We're not going to be too op-
timistic, but we're looking for
a victory. It's just a matter of

his wife Nancy ate lunch with
campaign w o r k e r s at theirj
downtown headquarters.

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how much."
"A COUPLE of weeks ago, I
thought it was tough," said Tom
Saturley, one of Ford's four
state field coordinators. "Now I
think it's going to be close, but
we're going to win.
"It will be close because
there are a lot of conservative
Republicans in this state," he
added. "We'll win because of
all the Republicans who have
been coming out of the wood-
work in the last couple of weeks.
I think Reagan looked awfully
good, but I think he peaked
early."
Saturley c l a i m e d Reagan
blasted into the state with a
name that turned voters heads,
but that closer scrutiny of Rea-
gan's stands c h a n g e d their
minds. In particular, he said
the former governor's call for
a return of federal policy mak-
ing, to the states, along with in-
creased state taxes, hurt Rea-
gan's standing.
"THAT ISN'T their kind of
politics," he said. "They just
don't eat that stuff up."
"We're operating a low-key
campaign," said Von Oehsen.
"Let's face it, the President
can't come up to New Hamp-
shire every day. He's got 'to run
the country."

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Democrat hopefuls
sing the same song
(Continued from Page 1) Consensus among the season-
alone among the quartet, failed ed and self-styled pundits on
to indulge in the flattering the nrowl here suggests no fa-
chorus. vorite candidate has emerged
WITH THE final verdict only as vet.
two days away, a strange air of Many of the candidates' poli-
restraint seems to have shackl- cv stances were initially indis-
ed the Democratic contenders ti'lishable. and further recent
to a pack mentality. withdrnwal to the middle ground
has compoinded the identity
On&vOfficial Biulletit i een more.
" X# . r s .m ..o TYPTCALLY nebulous, but
Sunday. February 22 nonetheless endlessly repeated
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