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GEO talks continue Ford seeks new approach

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education for undergrads."
11oran saiid he fas ht
"Departments'are being coerced
into makion contingeny plans
by the ndmioistr ii whi-h has
threatened to w thh 'Id lends.
The adii;jwis o wltm brain-
wash them -lven it thinking
they can fm, etion w o- TA's
and siriie a -ir-ke ith no
pals."
sityl a ° re tyi ig lii I ir a3 strike.
But by having sti igency ptns
at this early stone is negotia-
tions we may in fa-!t fa e a self-
fulfilling p r o p h e c y," Moran
added.

FORSYTH SAID he is, "tre-
m endnsly more optimistic
than three weeks ago," that a
strike can be averted.
However he maintained un-
equivocally, "There is no way
in the wiorld this institstion can
meet their demands. Based on
present facts, if they are not
prepared tli come down in their
demands then ie are not pre-
sired to have a contract settle-
ment.''
G EO,'s demands include an
11 per cent raise for next year,
a 501 per cent cut in their tui-
lion, n stronger affirmative ac-
tion program and a Teachers
Assistant training program.

after four primary defeats

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sas Cty and win."
Asked later why Ford did not
say he would win on the first
bnllot, White House Press Sec-
retary Ron Nessen said: "If he
diint, he icant to."
The President, after meeting
with GOP leaders and his cam-
paign manager, Rogers Morton,
said Morlion would conduct a
camltiiign s t r a t e g y reassess
PRESS Secretary Ron Nessen
said Ford's campaign schedule,
the issues he takes up in public
speeches, and the forums he
should use during the balance of
the campaign all would be dis-
cussed.
Senate GOP leaders Hugh
Scott of Pennsylvania and Rob-
ert Griffin of Michigan said
Ford was advised to change his
strategy.
Griffin said Ford has "found
himself on the defensive a great
deal. I don't think he should be
using so much of his time an-
swering Mr. Reagan."
A HALLMARK of Ford's cam-
paigning has been question-and-
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answer s e s s i o n s with large
groups of citizens. The ques-
tions often have obviously been
inspired by Reagan campaign
statements.
Ford is expected to rely more
on set speeches where he can
better control the topics raised.
The President told reporters
yesterday he believes his win-
ning issues are peace and for-
eign policy, economic recovery
and restoration of trust and con-
fidence in the presidency and
executive branch of govern-
must,
Meanwhile, Democratic Na-
tional Chairman Robert Strauss
said the string of primary de-
feats for Ford means the Presi-
dent has lost control of his
party and the country.
HE SAID he was confident
the Democratic nominee would
be determined before the party's
convention begins July 12, but
that the Republicans appear to
be heading toward "that smoke-
filled room." He envisioned a
scenario with Vice President
Nelson Rockefeller calling the
shots on who is nominated by
the Republicans.
Rep. Morris Udall, the closest
challenger to Carter still active
in the primary campaigns, told
a labor audience in Washington
it takes more than love and
haromny to solve national prob-
lems.
231 south state
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OF THE
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Reaganand
Udall step
Up campaign
i n Mi c hi g an
(Contmued from Page 1)
drive to derail Democratic front,
runner Jimmy Carter in the
state's May 18 primary.
Carter, meanwhile, plans a
five-hour stop in Detroit tomor-
row to hold a news conference
and attend a fundraiser in South-
field. Alabama Gov. George
Wallace had no plans to cam-
paign in the state this week.
Udall, who earlier this week
picked up the endorsement of
Democratic Sen. Philip Hart,
chose Michigan as the battle
ground for what he calls his
first "one-on-one" cinfrontation
with Carter.
THE TALL, lanky former pro-
fessional basketball player said
he is counting on the state's
'traditionallyrogressive con-
sitiiency" to back him in the
race against Carter, whom he
described as "almost as conser-
vative as Gerald Ford or Ronald
I'eaqan."
Udall said the state's primary
will offer voters a clear-cut
choice between a progressive
ant a conservative. Given that
chiiice, Udall predicts the Mich-
in Deniocrats will hand him
his first primary election vic-
tory.
However, s t a t e Democratic
Chairman M o r 1 e y Winograd
qmestionedI Udall's view of the
1i'hii'on Democratic Party as
z; tiberally oriented bloc. He
=aid a camnaign strategy based
sn that view may not work.
-The Democratic constituency
in Michign considers itself mid-
dile of the road, and I believe it
is." Winograd said. "There are
elemeits in it that are both
very liberal and very conserva-
tie. But I don't think yooecan
characterie the average Demo-
cratic voter as any more or less
liberal than anyone else around
the country."
Winograd said Hart's endorse-
ment of Udall and Udall's plan
to make Michigan a major bat-
tlefield "are going to make it a
contest. No doubt about it."
Francisco Pizzaro, the Span-
ish explorer, discovered and
conquered the empire of the
Incas in Peru. He helped build
the Spanish Empire in the New
World.

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