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977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Efficient Vance replaces
( flashy Kissinger at summit

Page Nine -

LONDON (TP - For the first
time in almost a decade, Amer-'
ica's flamboyant super states-
man Henry Kissinger was ab-
sent from an international con-
ference. Some observers of last
weekend's London summit said
things weren't the same and
never would be again.
When President Carter sat
down for two days of talks on
nuclear energy -apd the world
economy with leaders of six
other industrialized nations, his
secretary of state was a mod-
est New York lawyer named
Cyrus Vance.
K I S S I N G E R, the Har-
vard political science professor
who became national security
adviser to former President
Nixon in 1969 and secretary of
state in 1973, was elsewhere
over the weekend, writing his
memoirs.
Earlier in the week, he had
been seen partying with Prin-
cess Grace and a slew of jet-
setters in Monaco.

In diplomatic circles, "life is
not quite the same, nor will it
ever be again," one source said
in comparing Kissinger and
Vance.
"As a performer, and in
terms of sheer intellectual sta-
ture and the ability to articu-
late a sophisticated concept of
foreign policy, Kissinger was
something we haven't seen for
a long time, and there is no-
body around to compare with
him today," said the source,
who isked not to be identified.
T H E S O U R C E said
one change is that after Kis-
singer left, "the State Depart-
ment and U. S. missions around
the world began to operate
again"
Diplomats say every interna-
tional conference has a star who
gets top billing. Between 1969
and 1976, that man usually was
Kissinger,
But at 10 Downing Street, the
official residence of Britain's.

pritte miniS'r, ('ter as the
oukuttmiss ps"'f'ttm'r wtse dip-
lomtatic d'hot got tte rore re-
"lIE 1S a mn of modesty
who ref,'es to place emphasis
on what I'h dfnS, who is ready
to listen to criticism. and who
is determi -ed to carry out the
salicies which are best for his
great cwmtry," said French
President Valery Giscard d'Es-
taing.
During public atoearances
with Carter. ance stlayed in
the background.
The veteran of two decades
of off-and-on government serv-
ice kent his sial low profile,
qt'ietlv takitig notes, sneaking
softly tt aides, listening intent-
ly to sneeches.
"Vance is a sort of waspish-
wasp, a (niet, benevolent, smil-
ing man who doesn't talk a lot,"
one source said. "Btst when he
speaks. he does it with great
authority.'"

A DePaul University coed smashes herself in the face with a
shaving cream pie in an effort to 'raise funds for retarded
children. More than $1,000 was raised.
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EHRLICHMAN BLASTS INTERVIEW:
Nixon will discuss Kissinger
NEW YORK sP) - Former when the president fired him rent of abuse, because the im-
President Richard Nixon tells was partly correct but that Nix- plication was that because we
David Frost in their second tele- on did not mention offering-his did Cambodia, three students
vision interview that Henry Kis- aide "a huge sum of money." were killed in Kent State." Ac-
singer had expressed doubts SAYING HE declined the tually, four were killed.
about the Cambodian invasion money, Ehrlichman says it was Right after that, Henry came
after the Kent State killings. Nixon who suggested that the in one day and said, 'You now,
Nixon also says that Kissing- president fire chief of staff H. I'm not sure that we should
er had sometines hinted at re- R. Haldeman and not Ehrlich- have gone into this Cambodian
signing as secretary of state, man. thing, and perhaps now has
Newsweek reported in its issue In Newsweek's account of the come the time when we should
dated May 16. The interview is second interview, Nixon says . . . get out a little sooner,"'
to be broadcast Thursday night, that Kissinger, when he was Nixon says.
In this week's New York national security adviser, con- The ex-president says he
magazine, John Ehrlichman trived to exclude Secretary of guessed that he didn't really
terms the first Nixon interview State William Rogers from some mean it, although Kissinger
"a smarmy, maudlin rationaliz- key decisions. went on to say; "I must warn
ation that will be tested and The former president says you, Mr. President, that the
found false." Kissinger "was for going" i"to situation that I hear from my
SERVING A 30 month to eight Cambodia in 1970, but not on colleagues from the colleges
year term at Camp Stafford the scale advocated by Nixon. and universities is very, very
Federal Prison in Arizona, the "THEN CAME Kent State, serious and Cambodia is - it
one time presidential assistant which was a terrible emotional could have been a mistake."
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