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July 15, 1976 - Image 7

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5, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY page Seven
ew Yrk itythrows a
y ANN MARIE LIPINSRI " " '#6' a
SeialTO The 0aily
yol K -- Rumor has it the Demo-
e olding a national convention'
is week. People say they came to
to presidential ca ndidate, ap- t
he candidlate's choice for a running x T
nd maybe even iron out a plat-r
ontrover y or two. n+
wt ,l, the frenzy and hoopla on ,
iles t difficult at times to fig- a;r
e srii the real hall game..rlt
NO X* irething's going on," said
ht P i oe delegoate at the start of#
lerticn''But it's Carter and nine
ther people doing it. Sometimes I . ~,*ce~ "
itere seas any point inl showing
ree+ he did show up. And so x '0 7
ether delegates, not to mention'ry
,000 wies and husbands and 500 ' 1f .
title of 1,000 foreign diplomats also. .4eo o
tee' for the ride, as did the 2,000 z ;0
of ringleader Robert Strauss, chair-
f the Democratic National Party. .
that the roughly 10,000 editors, re- ~
photogrsphers, couriers, camera:,'
y people who are here to commit ~g~f~
section to history, and you have
spectacle on your hands.
NEWS OF the onetn-ht FORMER U.S. Ainbasador to the united Nations, Daniel TOM HAYDEN and his wife Jane Fonda wait attentively
conenio-wat Moynihan, pauses a moment in front of a poster advertising to be introduced to a caucus meeting. Hayden was a former
rd news there has been - domi- a cetwork's convention coverage. defendant in the Chicago 7 conspiracy trial for his partii-
he front pages of all the newspa- pation at the 1968 Democratic Convention. This year he is a
re. But subway riders whizzing into delegate.
of the city, taxi drivers waiting for
It commission, and delegates shuf-
on one luncheon to the next are
lang over the goodies on the inside
e Notables Gathered Moss. At a
oh," read a headline for a story in
al's Now York Times; it reported ,,,
l1ing Stone magazine had staged,
ressive gathering Monday night at I'w .4/ej .. 0 40
somation House on East 68th St. .i ~ 0
mudg, which went loud and long . 0005000 ~ ~ ~ ~ i:~
sot. th' following morning, was'"
of the town here Tuesday. .0..e'e..4w'er#e''' 5.
heaviest concentration on conven-
wof course, is found in the rows
e-shitt newsrooms which dot corni-
Madisee Square Garden and the
ieee acres, the street at the Statler
Wire e crhinos race in unison with
t' - lt he gis of typewriters. The
n 11 r'p7 ringi4ng and Walter , ,
mnpeent, has graced the l
fev Oery televis ion set in the pressk
this entire week - except for'
night.
000u please take some quotes over
co'a reporter as ked a cohort at
ghtidder nowsroom Tuesday.
Isomeonee else can take it," he
"'ni watching the All-Star '
Photography 1 '

STEVE KAGAN
I AP Photo
--J JIMMIi'Y CAR'TER, the Democratic nominee for president ponders over his acceptance speech in his hotel suite.

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