Tuesday, February 24, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, February 24, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Carter leads Democratic pack;
Udall needs to finish strongly
Bayh fights uphill
battle in primary
(Continued from Page 2) .;But despite such disclaimers
speculate on that," he said and he has suffered from association
added, with a painfully somber with a bill that's become a
expression, "I'd rather not think prime target of progressive lib-
about it." erals.
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CARTER'S STATE reform
program saved the government
approximately $50 million in its
first year and cut the rate of
increase in civil employes there
in half, according to his own es-
Yet according to sources
close to the current Georgia
government, the results of the
reform are not as conclusive as
Carter claims. State officials
there reportedly feel that al-
though Carter's reforms were'
good in theory, he was a poorj
administrator of the plan.
"A federal government reor-
ganization plan may be some-
thing that the public would buyI
as part of Carter's campaign,
but I don't know whether he
could really make it work," said'
CARTER has claimed that if
elected he would cut the num-'
ber of federal government of-I
fices from over 2,000 to 200, but1
he says 200 is an arbitrary fig-
Carter has also refused to;
comment on which offices he;
would retain or outline the
guidelines he would follow for
any proposed reorganization.!
"It's not something that I've
carefully analyzed, so I can'tj
do it," he explains.
Carter's federal government,
reorganization plan illustrates
two pervasive, aspects of his ap-
proach to other political issues.
I -__ - U
Vague and ambiguous at ev-
ery turn, he has so far evaded
any criticism that could run
him over politically "like a
Carter has touted the value
of solar energy research, nu-
than either of his liberal co-
As Gail Alexander, Birch
Bayh's deputy press secretary,
claims, Udall's invested sol
much in the New Hampshire
gamble that he just can't afford'
clear disarmament, and trust a poor or even mediocre sho LIKE ANY politician on the At times Bayh has also been
busting. But when pressed, he ing here. "Udall has spent a stump Birch Bayh had to less than winning. in his at-
finally calls nuclear growth lot o ftime and money here,"tempts to warm upvotergroups
necessary", and the U. S. Alexander says. "He has to do grappith he Iana ep
I the opposition. The Indiana Sen-
role in SALT negotiations well." ator was one of the moving Last night he was the third of
"weak." He has said the exist- UDALL alone among Demo- forces behind the introduction four candidates to address a
ing oil monopolies are prefer- crats has reached the federally of the S-1 national security bill crowd of four hundred at Man-
able to either a more competi- allowed limit for campaign in Congress. The bill would chester's Adath Yeshurun Tem-
tive or state-owned oil industry. spending here. The candidate's tig ess.pThecril od
Yet, in spit of his ambiguities, chief aides plan to review Ud- tighten up the criminal code p e
both his opponents and support- all's progress and reassess his sible political demonstration Bayh opened his prepared talk
ers observe that Carter is not chances after the March 3 ble stal emstrton.ak with a quote from John Adams
Bayh staunchly refuses to take wt ut rmJh dm
policitally ambivalent. Massachusetts primary, the blame for S-i's more "re- the famous New Englander and
Many reporters and campaign MO UDALL is courteous, soft- pressive" clauses. He pledgesI founding father who once said
workers here place Arizona spoken, and contemplative by that if the bill woadno nation had done more
Congressman Morris Udall a! nature. Throw is statuesque ap- E to advance Western civilization
close second behind Carter in pearance and warm wit and the its present form today, "I'd than the Jews. The crowd was
the crowded Democratic field. A b e Lincoln comparisons lead a filibuster against it." silent.
On election eve, Udall staffers abound.
seemed satisfied with their po- But many call him a plodder
sition near the head of the and his slow speech and man-
pack. ner have hurt his efforts to cap- UAC-Musket presents
THOUGH Udall can safely be ture the voters' imagination.
expected to survive the first STOUT concedes his man's
hurdle here in New Hampshire, style may not be captivating,
anything' less than a first or but he does not expect him toI
strong second won't bode well alter his image now. "He's not
for his future in the race. the kind of man who'd try to,
Though categorically he sits change his style. If he starts
in the same boat as Birch Bayh charging around like Mickey
The Only Way To
Get Better Is To
Keep Doing It
and Fred Harris, the lanky Ari- Mouse, he's going to lose a lot
zonian may have more at stake of votes."
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