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Tisch, opponents plan
no last minute drives

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of about 60 percent," he continued:
In the last month, however, he said,
the undecided factor has gotten much
smaller. "From the information I have
received, the undecided vote is going to
be quite small," he said.
Baroway attributes the decrease in
the undecided vote to voter education
and said he does not anticipate
Proposal D passing.
The University has not had any last
day rush on campaigning either, he
said.

Supporters for 2d Congressional
District hopeful Kathleen O'Reilly
distributed literature for the Democrat
and against Proposal D on campus.
According to O'Reilly's Washtenaw
County coordinator, the Democratic
hopeful-who is attempting to unseat
Rep. Carl Pursell (R-
Plymouth)-normally would not get in-
volved in a state ballot issue, but "she
could not ignore it (the Tisch tax cut)
because of the effect it could have on
the district."

Mililiken says Tisch
plan is unrealistic

LANSING (UPI)-Gov. William
Milliken rebutted yesterday tax cut ad-
vocate Robert Tisch's projected state
budget under Proposal D as "based on
a series of erroneous assumptions and
miscalculations."
"Mr. Tisch's latest claim that the ef-
fects of Proposal D would not begin to
be felt until 1982 is far removed from
reality as the other claims he has been
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making," the governor said.
PROPOSAL D would slash local
property taxes by more than 50 percent,
requiring state government to make up
the.nearly $2 billion loss state officials
predict.
Tisch scoffed at state predictions of
drastic cuts in state police, aid to
universities, and mental health
facilities.
Milliken maintained, however, that
passage of the Tisch plan "would
deliver a crippling blow to Michigan at
a time when we simply cannot afford
it." ,
Correction
In Sunday's "Decisions '80" election
guide, the Daily incorrectly reported
Independent presidential candidate
John Anderson's stand on draft
registration. Anderson opposes
registration.
In a story in the election guide on the
2nd District seat in the U.S. House of
Representatives, it was incorrectly
reported t-hat the League of Women
Voters had endorsed Kathleen O'Reilly.
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IN BRIE
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Record voter turnout
in Michigan predicted
DETROIT-Election officials predicted yesterday a record 4 million
Michigan voters would turn out for today's election and a high voter tur-
nout-especially in Detroit-was expected to benefit President Carter in a
state deemed critical to both major parties' campaigns.
A large voter turnout, political analysists said, would favor Car-
ter-especially a strong showing by Detroit blacks. A weekend poll said 90
percent of Michigan blacks support Carter.
State elections officials predicted 70 percent of the state's registered,
voters-about 4 million-will cast ballots today. That would be the largest
numerical turnout in state history and comparable, percentage-wise, to the
1976 vote, when native son Gerald Ford was running.
A high turnout also was seen as harmful to the Tisch Tax Cut Amen-
dment, which according to polls was slipping in popularity. Proposals A and
C, two alternative tax plans, also appeared likely to fail, as was a measure to
lower the legal drinking age from 21 to 19.
Iran protest Iraqi
capture of oil minister
BAGHDAD, Iraq-Iraq refused to free Iran's oil minister yesterday
and said Iran's complaint that his battlefield capture violated international
law sounded odd coming from a country that has held 52 Americans hostage
for a year.
The Iraqis said they held Iran's oil minister, Mohammed Jawad Baquir
Tunguyan, and five senior aides here and shunned an Iranian pledge to in-
voke "all international codes and regulations" for his release.
Iraq said one of its patrols captured Tunguyan, 30, outside the besieged
city of Abadan on Friday. Abadan has been bombed and shelled daily since
the war began Sept. 22, and the Iraqis claim to surround the city.
Both sides reported sharp fighting yesterday at Abadan, Iran's last
stronghold on the Shatt al-Arab waterway and the pre-war source of 60 per-
cent of its refined oil.
11th child victim
found in Atlanta
ATLANTA-A nine-year-old boy who was either strangled or smothered
has become the 11th black child murdered in Atlanta in the last 16 mon-
ths-and the first since the city mounted an all-out campaign to find the
killer, police said yesterday.
Four other black children have disappeared during that time in a series
of unsolved crimes that Public Safety Commissioner Lee Brown called "the
worst thing that has ever happened in Atlanta."
A pedestrian crossing a bridge over the South River in southeast Atlanta
on Sunday afternoon discovered the body of Aaron Jackson Jr. on the steep,
wooded riverbank about a mile from his home.

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About 24 supporters of Puerto Rican independence stormed Ronald
Reagan's San Francisco headquarters yesterday and tried to break down a
door while the candidate's wife Nancy was in the building. She escaped in-
jury.
Almost simultaneoulsy, about 20 protesters occupied Carter campaign
headquarters in Los Angeles. The protesters carried banners that said
''Free Puerto Rico."~
Reagan headquarters were also a target yesterday in Oxford, Mass.,
where a man armed with a pistol surrendered to police after holding a
woman worker hostage for three hours, demanding that a television station
broadcast a message he had recorded. The tape was music by the rock group
Pink Floyd.
Scarsdale doctor trial
set to start today
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Jean Harris, the finishing school headmaster
who carried on a 16-year affair with Scarsdale Diet doctor Herman Tar-
nower, goes on trial today accused of murdering the physician in a jealous
rage.
Tarnower was mortally wounded by four gunshot blasts on March 10 in
his Purchase, N.Y. estate.
Prosecutors say that Tarnower was unable to end his longstanding affair
with Harris and unwilling to stop seeing his new love interest, Lynne
Tryforos, a nurse at his Scarsdale office.
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Tuesday, November 4, 1980
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