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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 19, 1980-Page 5
Reagan and
Anderson to
debate Sunday

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From AP and UPI
WASHINGTON-Bill Moyers, a
producer' and reporter for public
television, will be the moderator for the
first presidential campaign debate in
Baltimore this weekend between
Republican nominee Ronald Reagan
and independent candidate John An-
derson, the League of Women Voters
announced yesterday."
Anderson was in the Washington area
for the rest of this week, as was Ronald
Reagan. Both were boning up for Sun-
day's debate.
THE DEBATE WILL be carried by
CBS and NBC, the Public Broadcasting
System and National Public Radio.
ABC will not carry the event, the first of
four planned debates, including one for
vice presidential candidates.
".. . ABC News has always supported
the concept of presidential debates in
an election year, but, in our view a
forum that includes the challengers but
not the incumbent is not a presidential
debate," the network said- in a
statement released at its headquarters
in New York.
President Carter declined to take
part in the debate because he insisted
on debating Reagan alone before par-
ticipating in a debate involving Ander-
son.
MEANWHILE, ANDERSON got two
big boosts yesterday when the U.S.
Supreme Court rebuffed Ohio's attempt
to keep him off its ballot, and he filed
the required petitions in his 48th state,
South Carolina.
Anderson now lacks only New Ham-
pshire and Arizona, whichhave late
filing deadlines that the campaign an-
ticipates no difficulty in meeting.
The petitions have been certified in 33
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other cloth garment but is chemically
treated with a water-resistant finish,
and sheds water in a light to moderate
rainfall. But to stand up in a downpour
a waterproof garmet is needed, advises
Sharon Hinchey, Extension clothing
specialist at Oklahoma State Univer-
sity.
When shopping for a waterproof
garmet, she suggest looking for tightly
sealed seams, a good-size hood, large
pockets'and strong snaps or clasps: To
test, stretch a piece of the fabric across
the mouth; it air comes through when
you inhale, the garmet is not 100 per
cent waterproof, she says.

states, and are awaiting certification in
15 plus the District of Columbia.
ANDERSON'S PETITIONS have
been rejected only in Carter's home
state of Georgia, where elections of-
ficials said there were too many invalid
signatures. Anderson's campaign in the
state has challenged the counting
procedure in court, and is awaiting a
ruling.
Anderson declared his independent
candidacy April 24, and his individual
state campaigns-mostly made up of
volunteers-began the ballot
procedures shortly thereafter. Ander-
son boasted from the start that he
would be on all 50 state ballots.
The deadlines of several states
already had passed at that point, but
the campaign filed suit, challening the
constitutionality of requiring earlier
deadlines for all other candidates than
Democratic and Republican.
In every case so far the courts have
ruled in Anderson's favor. The cer-
tification in North Carolina still in on
appeal, but yesterday's high court
ruling seemed to put an end to the
dispute.
The high court in August declined to
give the case faster-than-usual treat-
ment, but changed its mind without ex-
planation yesterday and acted on the
case in advance of the Oct. 6 opening of
its 1980-81 term.

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Sept
21

V

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GOP CANDIDATE RONALD REAGAN calls for the next question at a press
conference held at Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Va., Wednesday.
Reagan then returned to Washington to prepare for the upcoming debate
with John rAnderson.
Court to decide on
Tisch ballot language

TIQUES

4

SUNDAY
September 21st
EMU's Bowen Field House
4 AM-7 PM

LANSING (UPI)-Zolton Ferency
went to court yesterday over the wor-
ding of official notices on the Tisch
proposal, while backers of the tax cut
amendment said they may sue for a
new hearing on the ballot language of
'ki tax plans. ,
Angham County Circuit Judge James
Giddings-who was overturned after
ruling Tisch off the ballot two weeks
ago at Ferency's request-has
scheduled a show cause hearing for
Sept:24 on the attorney's latest move.
TISCH SUPPORTERS said they may
intervene in that case in a bid to force
the Board of State Canvassers to recon-
sider the wording of their property tax
slashing proposal and two others which
will appear on the ballot.

Ferency's complaint concerns of-
ficial posters, hung in polling places
and distributed to the media, which
contain the full text of ballot proposals
and a listing of constitutional provisions
they would alter or abolish.
Tax cut author Robert Tisch, the
Shiawassee County Drain Com-
missioner, is worried about what he
considers to be an unfavorable capsule
summary of his proposal which ,ac-
tually will appear on the ballot itself.
Ferency asked Secretary of State
Richard Austin and other election of-
ficials Monday for 'an official
declaration that the Tisch proposal
would radically alter the legislature's
law-writing power and other con-
stitutional provisions.

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