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Fridoy, July 30, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, July 30, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Riegle seeks broad base

(Continued from Page 3)
RIEGLE SAVES his bitterest
attacks for opponent Richard
Austin, Michigan Secretary of
State, who has refused to sign
waivers allowing his opponents
to appear on television shows
where he has declined to ap-
pear.
"What he does by blocking
my access to television is that
he forces me to have to go out
and raise money to buy televi-
sion," says Riegle.
Riegle has raised over $200,-
000, but much of it has had to
be spent on his field organiza-
tion.
He contends that Austin does
not need to acquaint himself as
well with the voters because he
has been setretary of state for
six years and has tremendous
recognition-much of it brought
about by free public service an-
nouncements advertising auto-
mobile safety.
BUT RIEGLE has been cam-
paigning hard on the issues,
particularly unemployment. He
has taken a unique approach on
the Humphrey - Hawkins full
employment by saying that
three per cent unemployment is
too high. "We ought to target
lower than that," he said.
One of the problems facing
the northern industrial states,
he believes, is that they send
much more of their tax money
to Washington than they get
back. He claims this is the
cause of the high unemploy-
ment rate in many big indus-
trial states. Riegle suggests,
"a complete revision of federal
economic strategies in terms
of the money we spend so that
we come up with some kind of
an equity formula."
Although he is opposed to the
death penalty, he said his
"aversion" to constitutional
amendments would stop him
from supporting an amend-
ment to ban the death penalty.
HIS OPPOSITION TO amend-
ments is apparent in his stands
NEW CHARITY TEST
O L D WESTBURY, N. Y.
tP) - A new golf tournament
called the Metropolitan Club
Managers' Pro-Am charity tour-
nament, will be held next fall,
according to manager Egon
Jorgensen of the Old Westbury
Golf and Country Club. It will
be held at the Ridgeway and
Westchester Hills courses in
White Plans, N. Y., Sept 27.
A club manager, a club golf
pro and two club members will
make up each foursome. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Association
for the Advancement of Blind
Children. Hall of Fame pitcher
Whitey Ford will serve as hon-
orary chairman.
The American Bar Assn., the
largest organization of attor-
neys, was founded in 1878 and
established a code of profes-
sional ethics in 1908.
There's extra - good flavor
when you add grated Parmesan
or Romano cheese to an oil-
and-vinegar dressing for a
mixed green salad.
The sponge in your bath was
once an animal and what you
hold in your hand and squeeze
is the skeleton of a sponge.
The Tutsi, Batusti and Watus
are the tallest known races in
the world, some of whom meas-
ure 7 feet 6 inches tall.
The first science magazine
was the American Journal of
Science and Art, printed in
New York City and issued in
July 1818.

on both busing and abortion.
He has opposed constitutional
amendments to prohibit busing
even thouga he said he "would
prefer that we not continue."
He also opposes an amendment
to prohibit abortion.
"I don't feel this issue -
abortion - ought to be handled
in the legislative arena . --
It's rather presumptious for
men, who can't have abortions,
with great force project their
views pro or con on an issue
that is so profoundly a question
that affects women," he said.
Another area of great con-
cern to Riegle is the issue of
women's rights. Riegle supports
federally - funded day care to

any mother who requires it to
hold a job.
To Riegle, the most pressing
issue facing the world today is
the use of nuclear armaments.
He maintains the U.S. should
take bold steps in stemming the
escalation of the nuclear race
not only because it poses a
threat to human life, but be-
cause the money can be better
used for domestic programs.
He said he would like to see
the U.S. support the efforts of
blacks in white-minority nations
to have the right to decide how
they wish to be governed. He
said it is in the country's in-
terest to support any govern-
ment that reflects the principles
of ours, including Israel.

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