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Carter
From The Associated Press
Ronald Reagan called Jimmy Carter
incompetent and termed his political
tactics reprehensible yesterday, while
arter hooted at the Republican's
secret plan" for gaining release of the
hostages in Iran and accused the GOP
of spreading "horse manure" before
the election.
Independent candidate John Ander-
son, meanwhile, said the two major
party candidates ought to be em-
barrassed that he was not invited to
debate with them next week.
"I GREW UP on a farm and I know
ou need boots for things besides stom-

scoffs a
ping Republicans," Carter told an
audience in Waco, Texas.
"Republicans have a habit of
spreading a lot of horse manure around
right before an election, and lately, as
you also know, it's been getting pretty
deep all over this country."
Carter ridiculed what he termed
Reagan's secret plan for release of the
hostages.
"MR. REAGAN announced he has a
secret plan to get the hostages back,"
the president said. He reminded them
that Richard Nixon-"one of the great
Republican presidents"-proposed a
secret plan to end the Vietnam War

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Reagan
during the 1968 presidential campaign.
"Here it is 12 years later and we still
don't know what Mr. Nixon's secret
plan was," Carter said. "How many of1
you Texans . . . believe that Ronald
Reagan has a secret plan to get theI
hostages back?"
The partisan crowd responded by
hooting.
IN MARCH 1968, Nixon said the war
"can be ended" with his election as
president. A few days later, he told
reporters he would resist pressure to
detail his plans because no prospective
president should "give away any of his
bargaining positions in advance."
In Shreveport, La., Reagan said he
is not going to comment on the hostage
situation any more "because it is so ob-
vious how they (the Democrats) tried to
make a political issue of this."
He added: "with 52 human beings at
stake, I'm noot going to discuss it. I'm
not going to touch on it at all. I'm going
to keep on talking about his record,
which I think is the issue of this cam-
paign.
TALKING WITH reporters later,
Reagan said "it is apparent that his

s hosta
whole campaign effort has been one of
personal attacks, trying to make the
issue of his campaign, me, rather than
his record of failures.
"I'm going to talk about his record of
failures," Reagan added.
"But to suggest that anyone wants to
start a war I think is reprehensible and
unthinkable."
THE REFERENCE was to Carter
speeches in which the president has
said the choice in the election is bet-
ween war and peace.

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, October 23, 1980-Page 5
g~e release plan

Anderson, in Washington before set-
ting out on a campaign swing, said he
hopes the hostages are freed im-
mediately no matter what political
benefit that might bring to Carter.
He complained bitterly about being
excluded from next Tuesday's debate
between Carter and Reagan.
"They both should be embarrassed,"
the Illinois congressman said, because
they view debates merely as a political
strategem rather an opportunity to in-
form the American people about dif-

ferences between candidates.
"I don't know what I can do other
than to speak out," said Anderson. "We
will be working overtime between now
and Tuesday next tothink if there is not
some more dramatic way to make the
point.
The Bowie knife is named after
Texas revolutionary hero Col. James
Bowie. Bowie died during the battleof
the Alamo.

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LAB TECHNICIAN Alan : Eiser monitors sleeping patients at the Mental
Health Research Institute.
Researchers study
mental health field

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analyzed and recommendations made
regarding treatment, better
methodology for confidentially collec-
ting information, and staff guidelines.
The institute also has an economist,
who investigates how insurance and
subsidy programs for the mentally ill
operate.
Other projects at the institute involve
investigating various drugs used in
treatments, and the functions,
organization, and disorders of the
brain, Quarton said.
HAPPY BELATED
BIRTHDAY
CAROLYN, You are a won-
derful professor and a good
friend-Julie

The institute, founded in 1955,
received its original funding from the
state's Department of Mental Health.
But for the last five years, some fun-
ding has come from the higher
education budget.
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