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Friday, July 91976 A

THE MICRIGAN DAILY

SPoge Five

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Carter eyes Mondale, Glenn

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(Continued from Page1)
career to run on the Democratic
ticket with Carter, Mondale re-
plied simply, "Yes."
Carter told reporters, as he
has before, that the interviews
he is conducting with possible
running mates do not bind him
to offer the nomination to any
of them and that they are not
bound to accept.
MEANWHILE, Ronald Rea-
gan lost a little ground to Pres-
ident Ford in their race for the
Republican presidential nomina-
tion, picking up three North
Dakota delegates to Ford's 10
F i v e uncommitted delegates
were picked.
Before the selections were
made, Reagan spoke to the
state convention, proposing that
part of federal income-tax rev-
enues be turned over to state
governments to spend without
restriction.
The former California gover-
nor, who had hoped for a split
of North Dakota's 18 delegates,
then flew to Chicago for a series
of private meetings with un-
committed Illinois delegates.
THE NORTH Dakota selection
narrowed the list of available
delegates to 25 to be chosen in
Colorado-Reagan's next stop-
at state convention sessions to-
day and tomorrow and 55 to be
chosen later in Utah and Con-
necticut.
ERAs work
effectively
for women
(Continued from Page 3)
community property laws; he
said the ERA makes it clear
that either spouse can sue for
support.
He said Washington state of-
ficials had stopped replying to
accusations about integration of
bathroom facilities because he
said they are ridiculous.
THE 12 STATES that have
recently added ERAs to their
constitutions are Alaska, Colo-
rado, Connecticut, H a w a i i,
Maryland, New Mexico, Penn-
sylvania, Washington, Montana,
Illinois, New Hampshire and
Texas.
In addition, Virginia, Wyom-
ing and Utah have had bans on
sex discrimination in their state
constitutions since before 1960.
So far, 34 states have ratified
the national E q u a 1 Rights
Amendment, which would
create the 27th amendment to
the U.S. Constitution saying
"squality of rights under the
law shall not be denied or
abridged by the United States
or by any state on account of
sex."
Four more states must ratify
the amendment by early 1979
for it to become part of the
Constitution.
Many of the state ERAs were
similar in language to the
proposed constitutional amend-
ment.
U-N Stylists
at the UNION
Open
8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m.
Mon.-Sat.
HAROLD, CHET
and DAVE

The latest Associated Press
tally of delegates, including the
North Dakota selection, shows
Ford with 1,028 committed dele-
gates to Reagan's 979. There
are 171 uncommitted delegates.
A total of 1,130 delegate votes
are required for a first-ballot
nomination.
Reagan also told the North
Dakotans that he would be a
better candidate than President
Ford because he is not part of
the Washington establishment
and apparent Democratic pres-
idential nominee Jimmy Carter
could not use that against him.
.-IN THE FARGO speech, Rea-
gan repeated his familiar pro-
posals that the federal govern-
ment return to the states and
local governments both the re-
sponsibility and tax sources for
programs such as welfare and
public education.
But he took that proposal fur-
ther than in past speeches, spe-
cifying the federal income tax
as one of the revenue sources
he would consider sharing with

the states.
"Let's take the biggest source
of revenue of all, the federal
income tax. Is there any rea-
son in the world why the fed-
eral income tax cannot be col-
lected with the idea that X per
cent of that tax will be left in
the states where it was collect-
ed for state use, and with no
strings attached."
REAGAN ALSO repeated his
attack against the Ford admin-
istration's economic policies, a
continuing campaign theme.
"Today we are going into debt
$100 billion a year, and we're
printing money at an increased
rate of 12 per cent, more than
three times the increase in the
productivity of this country," he
said.
GOVERNMENT estimates dis-
pute Reagan's $100-billion debt
statement. Government officials
estimate the fiscal year that
ended June 30 may show a defi-
cit as low as $68 billion, down
from original estimates of near-
ly $77 billion.

TONIGHT in MLB!
KING OF HEARTS
MLB 3-7 & 9
AND
BUSTER KEATON NIGHT
Complete Show MLB 4-7 only
Tonight is an opportunity to see iat at his est, a on cartist
at least equal to Chaplin in lantthter and superior ctsinmaticaliy.
COPS (Buster Keaton and Eddie Cline, 19221. One of the fastest,
funniest shorts ever made. nuster is mistaken for an anarehiat
and pursued through the streets of New York by the entire
police force in a chase scene to end all chase scenes.
SHERLOCK, JR.
(Buster Kton, 1924). Keaton displaying everyfact of t e skils
which had now reached the peak of their developinent. Uomdy
and surrealism cross paths as 0uster plays a plolectionist who
fatlls asleep and dreams himself into the movie. Kathyirv Mc-
Guire, Joe Keaton.
COLLEGE
(James w. Horne, 1927). Buster plays a b tookworm who 'must
prove himself an athlete to win the joc-loving gir) of hIs
dreams. He is, nattially, a lop at every spurt he tries but als
failurem ace hilarious sats serve to act altfoc hls wildttiumtphant
finale. ANN CORNWELL.
REEFER MADNESS
(Leo Goasnier, 1933) MLB 4-9:30 only
Originally titled "Tell Your Children" as anti-marijuana proga-
gadsitam nowH d "riiculouam."p With MT5 ST OF TiE
LEAPING FISH (John Emerson, 19tO) the ta.ssic'Cocaine
Comedy" with Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as detective Coke Ennyday.
Supervised by D. W. Griffith, Written by Tad Browning. Also
Betty Boop in BETTY IN BLUNDERLAND.

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