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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, Jul,

P ET C aN. Ju

CRIME IMPORTANT:
Republican poll shows busing
not a big issue among voters
WASHINGTON (M - A poll Aug. 17. Agnew claimed the Democr
taken by Republican platform "I think I can tell you that Party has too long overloo
writers found that most of those there will be a plank on bus- those young people who arec
responding don't think busing is ing," Rhodes said. side of educational establi
a very important issue for the The crime issue topped both ments--particularly out of
1972 presidential campaign, polls as the major issue of 1972. lege.
The survey, one of two released In a poll conducted from Rem "A number of young pe
in a news conference yesterday publican party mailing lists, 75 outside the colleges basically
by Rep. John Rhodes, R-Ariz., per cent rated crime as a very in favor of the Nixon poli
showed that 30 per cent of the important issue. It also ranked and will support the Preside
predominantly Republican re- first in a separate poll mailed to Agnew told newsmen.
spondents found busing "not a newsmen, labor leaders, minis- "And one of the things I t
problem" and 28 per cent said it ters, mayors and community exception to in the McGov
was not very important. leaders. campaign is the whole attit
Rhodes, chairman of the GOP The principal remedy to crime of quota politics. Quota poll
Committee on Resolutions, said backed by the respondents was is (sic) the kind of politics I
the polls were conducted to give reform of the court and penal sets minority group against
the platform-writing body an systems. Tougher sentences for nority, sex a g a i n s t sex,
idea of grass-roots sentiment on convicted criminals was second. against the young, black aga
basic issues. In other Republican news Vice white," Agnew said.
The committee,, Rhodes an- President Spiro Agnew, speaking "This is not the way to u:
nounced, will hold 3/2 days of to a news conference in An- America," he continued. "Pe
hearings in Miami Beach, Fla., chorage, Alaska yesterday, said should be Americans first,
beginning Monday, Aug. 14 and he was not ready to concede members of minority groups
will begin drafting the platform that the GOP is "in any trouble ond."
on the afternoon of Thursday; about younger voters." .-.---

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End to dike
bombing asked
(Continued from Page 1)
formation on the reported
bombings.
Ahmed, formerly a defendant
in the "Harrisburg Seven" con-
spiracy trial, said he was not at
liberty to reveal other members
of the group, which, he added,
includes government officials
from the U.S. and abroad. He
said the group may. soon visit
North Vietnam to survey dam-
age to the dikes.
Powell declined to say if
Waldheim's information had
come from the group described
by Ahmed, but stated that
Waldheim had been in com-
munication with Blake.
Meanwhile, the Associated
Press reported that South Viet-
namese paratroopers attempting
to storm the walled citadel at
Quang Tri were driven back by
withering North Vietnamese fire
yesterday. At nightfall the out-
come of the battle was still in
doubt.

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But the secretary didn't rule
out the possibility that a tax
increase would have to be sought
if the budget remains -out of
control.
As for the deficit for fisoal
1972 just ended, he said federal
revenues totaled $218.6 billion
while total spending was $231.6
billion.
The deficit was practically the
same for fiscal 1971. Thus, it is
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
TUESDAY, JULY 25
School of Dentistry Lecture: Jere Se-
gret, Bethesda, "Molecular Anatomy
of a Red Blood Cell Glycoprotein," 1833
Kellogg, 4 pm.
Audo-Vioual Center Films: "Play
Mountain Place," and others, Aud. 4,
MLB, 7 pm.
Music Sehool: Chamber Music, Rack-
ham Aud., 8 pm.
University Players : Behan's "The
Hostage," Power Center, a pm.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: July 28.
(4:00 p.m.) is the last date for the
Summer-Term when the . Registrar's
Office will allow retund far a 50 pee

the second highest in the post-
World War II period with the
highest, in fiscal 1968.
Shultz said the deficit for
fiscal 1973 is currently estimated
at $27 billion. He declined to
speculate on how much higher
it would go, saying that the ad-
ministration needs to work with
Congress on that.
Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times:
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