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REAGAN SEEKS FIRST WIN:
N.C. enters spotlight

-riday, March 19, 1976
PIRGS encounter pressure
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that his campaign is faltering
because he has not won a pri-
mary and he will have to with-
draw if he doesn't get a victory
soon. "I don't think the press
has been unfair, but I think
there's been some falling in line
with the Ford campaign strat-
egy on trying to pin everything
on these first few primaries.'"
LATER in Hickory, Reagan
told reporters: "Go back to Nov.
20 when I declared. I remember
distinctly reading that if I got
40 per cent in New Hampshire
and came close in Florida, the
President would have to serious-
ly consider dropping out."

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He did not say where he read
the prediction. Reagan got 47
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New Hampshire.
White House Press Secretary
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that Ford and his associates
want to do what they can to
assure that Reagan and his
campaign workers will be wel-
comed "when Reagan decides
to give up his campaign."
ASKED if he meant to sug-
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asked nor authorized anyone on
his staff or at the PFC (Presi-. (Continued from Page 1) sons, "A hoax which wns re- 'by tuking their fee system il.
dent Ford Committee) to put as Leer termed it. f cognized by some of the Regents legal "is nothing new for New
out any feelers to Reagan" urg- Investigating the hearing aid themselves." Their efforts "hurt York," Ross said. "They tried tc
ing that he withdraw. industry, MPIRG recommended them more than helped them make student newspapers illeg.
Democrat Wallace told an en- 'that an MD's or an audiologist's last year," he claimed. Yet the al as well as student govern-
thusiastic crowd at the Kinston, prescription be required by law question of student support was merts, by cutting off their fund-
N.C., airport that his health was if the customer is under 17 or strong enough for the regsnt to ing. The problem for them is
fine and would prove no obstacle over 65. They had found that issue a "probatory contract" for that if they try to make one
to his serving as president. "I senior citizens in particular a year. groun guilty of unlawful practic-
feel good," Wallace said. "If were subject to sales talk that This year, when the question es, it will affect all groups,
I wasn't in good health, I convinced them to buy hearing of MPIRG's contract came up which is something they don't
wouldn't be in Kinston." aids when what was needed again, the business groups r'sed want to do," explained Ross.
T H E ALABAMA governor might be an operation, said covert lobbying efforts and let-
' 4 Ler. ,ters to make their voices heard.' HE SAID that his organiztion
confined to a wheel chair since Ler
aofie 17 aasnto attempt, Individuals were also encourag- could continue its work as long
a 1972 assassination attempt, This upset hearing id com- ed to write the regentsaswehavestudentsupport.
lost to Carter in Florida and pany representatives who were When that goes, 'it will col-
Illinois but outdistanced him in offended that MPIRG assumed "Some of the unfavorable let- ars,,s
Massachusetts, won by Sen. that they were not fit to make ters came from people who iden-
Henry Jackson (D-Wash.). such decisions. tified themselves as 'a taxpay- University of Washington re-
Wallace told the K i n s ton, er or someone who really allow the focsion "
crowd that Carter was supported MPIRG IRRITATED other knows what a job is.' Lots of allow the formation of a "Wash-
by former backers of Sen. business interests wuen they the others were 'usiaessnen PIRG on campuses to the
George McGovern, the party's used a court injunction to stop and Northeast Minnesota resi- state legislature. Michigan ex
1972 nominee. "I don't have any the U.S. Forestry Department dents," stated Leer. ecutive PIRGIM director Joe
McGovern workers with me and from selling acreage in t h e APPARENTLY the l Tuchski said that a similar,
I don't want any," he said. Boundary Waters Caaae Area were effective enough. After pened n loridaband est Vi
Mawie CatrtlaK (BWCA)- a region c onr-
crowd at a downtown Charlotte taining over 600,000 acres of vir- reversing a no vote, the e- ginia. It represents a real con-
rally that, "Wallace, for a long gin forest - to logging indus gents would only extend t h e tempt for its students when a
time, unfortunately, has been tries- contract for another year by a university refuses to use its in-
the spokesman for the South. te7-4 decision, despite the suprort herent powers," declared Tu-
But times have changed and I Leer reported that this brought of 24 student organizations O nd I chiuski.
think the South is much better criticism from the logging peo- the Regents' own Student Life
represented by people like me." ple and civil leaders in North- Study which showed that over PhD. CANDIDATE GOES
east Minnesota, where the 67 per cent of the University of
CARTER later motored to BWCA is located. Minnesota's students felt that FISHER WATCHING
Concord, where he donned an Py'the fee system - the concrete CHICAGO ) - It isn't ev-
apron and helped cook pancakes Particularly bothered by issue in doubt - should be con- ery Ph.D. candidaate who uses
Cfor the Cabarrus County Boys MPIRG was a group called Mi- tinued as it is. They also re- a dog sled in his research.
Club annual pancake feast. nesota Agri-Growth Inc. a con- jected Uversity President C. Roger Powell, a University of
Also on the ballot in North glomeration of over 350 farm- Peter Magrath's proposal to ex- Chicago graduate student in
Carolina are Democrats Jack- i tend the contract for anol:er biol th led d
son, Rep. Morris Udall of Ari- Consequently, last year, a two years. the fisher,a member of the
zona, former Sen. Fred Harris number of these groups voiced The New York Public In~erest weasel family, as it wanders
of Oklahoma and Texas Sen. their objections to MPIRG's fee Research Group (NYPIRG) has! about the Ottawa National For-
Lloyd Bentsen, who has drop- collecting system, claiming it felt pressure from the stale leg- est in western Upper Michigan.
ped out of the race. was unfair to the U-M students, islature who have tried in the
However, they have decided who they assumed were not be- Past to make the group's fee fowell has a three-year grant
not to campaign actively here hind MPIRG's efforts. system illegal. This stems frm from the U.S. Forest Service to
and are spending their time in L the hatwe have one d study fishers. He started his
other states. LEER TERMED their rea- gislators that we have done, de- study of fishers in September
- ___-- ____- scribing their voting recor:s,"
A TEN DAY SEMINAR IN ISRAEL &rector Donald Ross, who help- Porcupines eat the green inner
Specially planned for full-time faculty ed Ralh Nader form the or- bark of trees when the snow is
Specialy ilaaeionosfulation failte.Ideep. Some of the maple, birch
DEPARTURE DATE: June 7, 1976. "We sued them when th y and hemlock trees eaten by
g avEP R T U R E D A T E.e s e h e w h a t hwe y p o rc u p in e s a re v a lu a b le a s tim -
PRICE: $859: includes hotels and all gave the m se ves what we ber.
accommodations ary raise and got back $1 mil- The Forest Service reintro-
For further information contact lion from them," said RXSs. duced fishers into the Ottawa
"We're a visible force - we National Forest some years agc
Rabbi Chael F. Siegel are serious business, he claim- ti limit the porcupine popula-
ed. tion. In the early 1900s log-
AMERICAN ZIONIST FEDERATION gers reduced fishers'. habitats
NYPIRG has a budget of near- and they were also heavily
515 Park Avenue ly $350,00 0,three times that trapped for their dark brown
New York, N.Y. 10022 of PIRGIM. The fact that the fur.
(212) 371-7750 New York legislature was in- Powell figures that the Forest
censed enough ' to try to take Srieporm i okn
Stheir support away from them and the local porcupine popu-
lation is now only about 25 per
cent of what it was before the
reintroduction of the fishers,

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