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Tuesday, February 24, 1976


Page Three


Bay h continues to ITWO DEMS, ONE GOP:
wage uphill battle Three N.H. h
in. New Hamps hire court write-in




Special To The Daily
MANCHESTER, N.H.-Primary time is that rare, disquieting
interlude in American politics when constituents assume a mes-!
sianic quality usually reserved for the office-holders. Starting
here in New Hampshire and continuing through November's
general election, that pervasive politician's oath, "If you don't
like it, lump it," will grudgingly yield to, "What can I do to
make you love me?"
Conventional wisdom says a candidate, especially a chal-
lenger, can't win if he or she doesn't hit the streets and meet
the voters on their own terms. The hopefuls know that the best
way to laud undecideds is to get out there and rub shoulders
with them.
THEY KNOW TOO that for their troubles they might also
get the inside track on untold hordes watching the episode on T.V
or reading about it in the papers.
Nobody has taken this advice closer to heart than the
Hustling Hoosier, Senator Birch Bayh. Early yesterday morning
Bayh cut a wide swath across Manchester's northwest factory1
district, pressing the flesh with every hand in sight.
A small army of equipment-burdened media-types and aides
trailed the candidate. To the horror of his two wire-eared and
shifty-eyed secret service shadows, the candidate regularly
ditched the .charted path to tousle a kid's hair, stop a motorist, or
unload a leaflet.,
WHEN A MAN who has been pegged to finish third at best.
attracts so much press attention and careful handling, the sig-
nificance of this first presidential trial run rings clear.
He may not be gathering moss, but the hard rolling Bayh
doesn't seem to be collecting too much support here either.
When cornered in a drug store aisle he conceded, "I'd like to
finish at the head of the pack, but I don't feel that's a very
realistic prospect."
Bayh softly dismissed the suggestion that a fourth or fifth
place finish would put him out of the race. "I'd rather not
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By JIM TOBIN gates claim voters are fed up hopes to win "sufficient votes
Special To The Daily with the vast field of uncon- to wipe out some of the de-
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Staf- vincing candidates in general clared candidates. By this I
fers for three presidential hope- and with over-eager campaign- mean Shriver and Harris-they
fuls are waging quiet campaigns ers in particular. seem the most vulnerable."
here to steal a few delegates "We live here," said delegate Humphrey supporters, work-i
away from the glutted primary Edward Bourassa of Manches- ing on with a meager $20,000
field, and harboring tentative ter. "We know how the people budget and only one paid staf-I
hopes of pulling off an upset of hate to be bothered over and fer, have financed some radio
one or more declared candi- over and over again." spots which stress that their:
dates. man would indeed like the nom-'
Senators Henry Jackson (D- "IT'S NOT like somebody ination. One of their fears is
Washington, Hubert Humphrey{ coming to the door that we that voters who might otherwise
(D-Minn.) and former Treasury know saying, 'hey, I'm support- back Humphrey believe their
Secretary John Connally have ing so-and-so'," said another votes would be wasted on an
given at least tacit support to delegate. "I don't think in New undeclared candidate.
these efforts, though campaign- Hampshire you can buy the THE CONNALLY campaign,
ing has been low key and is not people. You have to earn their thrown together over the past
expected to have a substantial respect." few days, is headed by Richard;
impact on the outcome of to- For these reasons the Jackson Viguerie, a Virginian who once
day's contest. staff has scrupulously avoided raised funds for Alabama Gov-
telephone canvassing, opting in- ernor George Wallace. Connally
HOWEVER, IT was apparent; stead for small leaflets which is billed as "an alternative to
that as late as yesterday a explain how to vote for the the pack of liberals" in a news-
sizeable number of New Hamp- Jackson delegates. paper supplement which reached
shire voters were waiting until Like the Jackson effort, the roughly 160,000 New Hampshire
the last minute to make their Humphrey people are seeking homes.
decision, and it is with this support for their delegates, but
unpredictable block of the elec- are also looking for an upset of
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pledged to Jackson. All New shire campaign began in mid-
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Wvnen someone drinks too
much and then drives, it's the
silence that kills. Your silence.
It kills your friends, your
relatives, and people you don't even
know. But they're all people you
could save.
If you knew what to say.
maybe you'd be less quiet. Maybe
fewer people would die.
What you should say is, "I'll
drive you home." Or, "Let me call a
cab." Or, "Sleep on my couch

Don't hesitate because your
friend may have been drinking only
beer. Beer and wine can be just as
intoxicating as mixed drinks.
And don't think that black
coffee will make him sober. Black
coffee never made anyone sober.
Maybe it would keep him awake
long enough to have an accident.
But that's about all.
The best way to prevent a
drunk from becoming a dead drunk
is to stop him from driving.
Speak up. Don't let silence
be the last sound he hears.

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Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you'reeating regularly.
But have you ever considered what doing your
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Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
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