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Tuesday, March 16, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

TuesayMarc 16 197 TH MIHIGA DALY Pge eve

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Tampico rallies to
support, hometown
candidate Reagan

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Di-ems vie for Daley support

(Continiued from Page 1) ; Reagfan's home town," she
"IT WAS A great speech," gushed. "If I was 18 I'd vote
s a i d Robinson. "He didn't? for him."
sound like a candidate. He talk-; Vernon 1)enison, a life-long na-
ed about the good old times in! tive who was a classmate of
Tampico and that really made Reagan in grade school, re-1
everyone feel proud." members young "Ronnie" as a
Robnso guraneeda Ra-good student and a "regularf
Robisonguarnted a ea-kid who got into as much trou-
gan victory in Tampico's White- bl e as the rest of us."
side County in today's Illinois Denison remembered Reagan
primary and he clings to the as the follower in his family,
hope that Reagan will win the: while older brother Neil was'
presdental nminaion.more the leader. But DenisonI
"I figure if he can hang in remarked that even back then
there through the primaries'"Ronnie had the tools to make
public sentiment will change in a fine president."
his favor," he said. "When it's
all said and done, he should at "HE HAD) the ability even
least get the vice-presidential when he was a kid,". he said.
nomination." "He was good in management

(Continued from Page 1) ; national nomineee will depend
with delegates controlled by? largely on the outcome of sev-
himself and pledged to "favor- eral primary races within the'
ite son" Senator Adlai Steven- state. Independent gubernator-'
son. ial and congressional candi-
"Daley's expecting to win at dates are mounting a serious,
least 80 delegates," according challenge to Daley's vote-get-
to Larry Hansen, special assist- t ing powers today, both down-'
ant to Stevenson. ;state and in Chicago's black'
Although the election willI wards.
probably fail to designate a IF DALEY'S influence is
clear victor, other than the: strong at the national conven-
mayor himself, Daley won'tI tion he would probably use it:
really care. According to most to get Humphrey nominated, ac-
observers his favorites aren't cording to Booth. "Humphrey
even running.; would ce~rtaiinly stir ian the

According to Special Assist-!
ant Hansen, Sen. Stevenson!
would use his more liberal in-
fluences to sway Daley towards:
"a Hubert Humphrey or even
Morris Udall if it came down
to one of them against Jackson
or Carter," at the national con-
vention.
But in the end it will be
D~aley, and not Stevenson who:
will tell the Illinois delegation
which way to vote at the na-
tional convention.
"Stevenson is a coward," said
Booth. "He doesn't tell Daley
who to support, Daley tells
him."

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"HE (DALEY) would pre-
fer Kennedy, Jackson, or Hum-
phrey - in that order - to get
the nomination," says one Chi-
cago "machine" member. r
However, in the non-binding
preferential primary, Daley has;
apparently allowed certain
"machine" politicians to give
Sargent Shriver' s campaign a
boost. Shriver has no delegates:
running against the Daley con-
trolled slates.
SHRIVER, a former Chicago
school board president, has nu-
merous ties of his own to Chi-!
cago politicians. But he has
failed to win a Daley endorse-I
ment after poor showings in the
first few primaries.
The degree to which Daley:
can help choose the Democratic

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Reagan is shared by many
others in this staunchly Repub-
lican community. The former
Californian's smiling, creased
face is pasted to many a store
window along Main Street, and
a sign along Rote 172 informs
visitors that "This Is Reagan
Country."
But Reagan doesn't appeal to
every Tampico voter. Walt
Musyl, whose combination up-
holstery shop-pool hall is next
door to Reagan's birthplace, de-
fiantly unfurled two full-color
posters of President Ford in his
shop window for all of Tamp ico
to see.
Musyl, who wears a Ford but-
ton in his hat but admits to
being a Jimmy Carter man, de-
rides his neighbors for their fer-
vent support of the native son.
"1 NEVER cared for the man
as a movie star," he snarled.
"He hits. me wrong and gives
me bad vibes. It must be that
grin of his."
But, Musyl said, "I'll give you
a thousand to one no one will
say anything bad about him
here."
Robinson agreed that no,'one
would -bad-mouth Reagan but
added, "These people aren't vot-
ing for him just because he's
from Tampico. People around
here just think like Reagan.
These are Reagan people."
ONE SUCH Reagan person is
Robert Sears, who runs the Tro-
jan Inn, the town's only res-
taurant.
"Ford promises a lot of
t h i n g s, but doesn't deliver
them,". explained Sears. "Rea-
gan can deliver them."
Sears' views are echoed by
his daughter Sharon, 11.
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Denison has followed Reagan's'
career through Eureka College,:
his daiys as a broadcaster in
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As for Reagan's four primary
losses to Ford, Denison refuses
to rufle his old school-chum out
of the race.
"I'm like old Harry Truman,"
he beamed. "I don't give up till
the last vote is counted."

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