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Reagan gains independent, Dem support

The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 27, 1980-Page 7

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At Serb Hall, a combination beer hall
and bowling alley on Milwaukee's in-
dustrial south side, Reagan was
cheered wildly when he listed what he
said should be the issues in the 1980
election campaign: "Family, home,
eighborhood, work, peace, and
reedom."
ONE VETERAN political reporter
covering the event noted that the last
time he ever remembered a beer
drinking, working class crowd that fer-
vent over a political candidate was in
that same Milwaukee beer hall eight
years ago - when the candidate was
George Wallace.
Louis Scrip of Milwaukee was seated

in the front row of Serb Hall for the
Reagan rally, and with his beer in hand,
was among the most vocal
cheerleaders. "I was a Democrat all
my life, but I'm a Republican now,"
Scrip said after the rally. "I voted for
Carter last election. I won't vote for
him again. I'm a Reagan man now."
Marion Royten of Milwaukee's south
side is perhaps even more indicative of
the new Reagan supporters. Like Scrip,
she too is a Democrat. "It used to be if
you're a Democrat, you voted for the
Democratic candidate. But not any
more," she said.
Royten said, "I've never voted
Republican in my life, so in 1976 I voted
for Jimmy Carter. I don't mind voting

Republican now. I'm voting for
Reagan."
DAN RADOVICH, a beer hall em-
ployee who listened to Reagan's speech
said he hadn't made up his mind whom
to vote for. But he came away from
Reagan's speech impressed. "I like
Reagan," he said. "My wife's a
Democrat, and she's voting for
Reagan."i
And Reagan's appeal is not limited to
older voters. Jay Grassell, a student at
the Medical College of Wisconsin, is in
his "mid-twenties," and is an adamant
Reagan supporters. Grassel said that
when he was an undergraduate, he was
a liberal Democrat. "But once you get
out of college, you realize that that stuff

doesn't work."
Grassell typifies the scope of
Reagan's appeal among traditional
Democratic voters. Like his wife Ann,
Grassell is a second generation eastern
European - he is Polish - and a
Catholic, the voters who formed the
core of the Democratic party during
Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal
coalition.
"REAGAN IS going to get a lot more
support among the ethnics and white
Catholics than people expect," Grassell
said. "My parents, all of our parents,
grew up in Catholic households. Most of
us believe in a strong family unit, most
of us are against abortion. We believe in
a strong defense. Reagan is more in line
with our views."
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(Continued from Page1) BRAUER'S WIFE, Katherine, a Lowell Chapman, head of the Depar-
under a desk." secretary to the director of office ad- tment of Accountancy, said Brauer
Two male students grabbed Kakonis ministration, was at work on the floor "was very popular and related well to
and held him until police arrived. He above the classroom at the time of the his students. Brauer came to Ferris in
as taken to the county jail but tran- shooting. The couple had no children. 1976 from his native Baltimore.
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examinations prior to arraignment.
HANS SAID Kakonis "didn't seem
abnormal in any way, he was just your Room 100
average person in class, your average Hutchins
person in the street." Hall
Jeff Musser, anotherstudent, said "I a l)
just thought it was all fake until the gun (Law School)
went off and everybody started jum-
ping aound. I just lay down on the floor
under the table trying to hide." 7:07 9:19
Patricia Coyle, the college's director
of public relations, said some students Admission $1.50
told her they saw Kakonis carrying a
weapon in a sack into the Business
Education Building about half an hour
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Revolutionary leader Ayatollah and howlingly funny... certainly the best thing
Ruhollah Khomeini has said the new Peter Sellers has ever done..:'
Iranian Parliament ruast decide the -REX REED, Syndicated Columnist
hostages' fate. But new delays MON TUE
disclosed Wednesday indicated that the TUFR
election of the Parliament or Majlis, THUR, FRI
probably will not be completed until 7:0.0
sometime in May. 9:30
IN AN INTERVIEW published SAT-SUN-WE[
yesterday in a Lebanese newspaper, :
Syrian lawyer Adib Daoudi, a member
of the U.N. commission on Iran, ruled > 4:00
out the likelihood that the Iranians 7:00
would try a new, quicker approach to 9:30
resolve the crisis. 9
Daoudi was quoted as saying he ex-
pects the Iranians to do nothing about REDUCED
the issue until after the Majlis con- PRICE
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Iranian leaders have said it will take --.- DAYS
some weeks for it to organize itself and LORIMAR PRESENTS MONDAY NITE
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before turning to the hostage issue. PETER SELLERS SHIRLEY MadlAINE ADMITTED
Daoudi and the four other com- "BEING THERE" FOR $3.00
mission members left Tehran March 11 SAR JACK WARDEN MELVYN DOUGLAS WEDNESDAY
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He suggested that the Iranians may
now fear tht the United States is con-
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to overthrow Khomeini's regime in an
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