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The Michigan Daily, Friday, March 9, 1984 - Page 7

Hart gains momentum in South

From AP and UPI
Gary Hart and Walter Mondale jet-
hopped around the "Super Tuesday"
Southern states yesterday as signs of
the Colorado senator's surge toward the
front of the Democratic pack began
popping up all over the country.
Hart has won the New Hampshire
primary, the Maine caucuses and the
Vermont primary in succession, and
Mondale and Glenn are counting on
Southern voters to slow or stop the
Colorado senator's surge.
HART campaigned in Florida and
Alabama, where he met with Gov.
George Wallace and said he appeals
"not just to the young in age, but the
young in spirit."
Addressing the Alabama House of
Representatives, he said political
parties "must free themselves from the
grasp of special interests and once
again address the country's national in-
terest."
"When promises are traded for
campaign support, what is really being
given away? I think it's our children's
future and our nation's future."
Wallace, who also has met with the
other contenders, said he has not made
any endorsement. As for Hart, Wallace
said he was "very impressed with what
I've seen in Alabama and at the polls in
New England."

Wallace made his comment as a new
newspaper poll indicated that Hart's
momentum is migrating south from
New England.
Hart also picked up the support of
Michigan state Rep. Richard Fit-
zpatrick, a legislator from Battle Creek
who had been chairman of Glenn's
campaign in Michigan. "I see very lit-
tle likelihood the Glenn campaign can
continue more than a couple of days,"
said Fitzpatrick.
MONDALE WAS in Florida, where he
said he has a better track record on the
environment than Hart.
"I've got a program that shows I
have the best record," Mondale said,
citing his proposal for $1.5 billion in ad-
ditional funds for environmental
programs.
Glenn also hoping for a Southern
revival, began airing a new television
commercial that includes an appeal to
patriotism and says he "laid his life on
the line for this country" and has the
"right stuff" to be president.
JESSE JACKSON trying to establish
the South as his power base, filed a
federal court challenge to Mississippi's

runoff election system and appealed to
college students to support him in the
state's March 17 caucuses.
"In the 1950s and early 1960s blacks
were on the back of the bus. Where was
Hart? Mondale? Glenn? Where were
they then?" Jackson asked students at
Marion Holmes College in West Point,
Miss. I've been here when you needed
me, not just when I needed you."
George McGovern, the fifth
Democratic candidate, was in
Massachusetts and Vice President
George Bush was in Florida lumping
the Democrats together as the "fearful
five."
McGovern has said he will quit the
presidential race if he doesn't finish fir-
st or second in the Massachusetts
primary.
In Plant City, Fla., the only top
Republican on the scene, Vice
President George Bush, aimed some
barbs at Hart, referring to the "new-
look opposition," and said President
Reagan, because of his negotiating
toughness could make a "deal" with the
Soviets to reduce nuclear weapons.

Sry-Cy cling Daily Photo by TOD WOOLF
LSA sophomore Ken Jannot races across the Diag yesterday as a part of,
xMichilympics, a Michigras activity. Although Jannot gave it his all, LSA ,
freshwoman Jolie Spring beat him by a mile in the tricycle race.
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(Continued from Page 1)

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Teaching assistants should not be
forced to support GEO, Goldberg said.
Goldberg said she has no reason to
support GEO because the union does an
inadequate job of representing TA's
concerns.
"The only contact I've had with
(GEO) is a letter saying that if I didn't
pay the union fees, I'd be fired," she
said. "What kind of a union is that?"
MONEY collected from dues is vital
,to the union's survival, said Matland. If
GEO received dues from all TAs, its
Padget would increase to nearly $70,000,
he said.
.All TAs enjoy benefits such as in-
surance for which GEO has bargained
and should pay union dues, added
n Matland.
"(TAs) have the same medical plan
As the faculty - Blue-Cros-Blue Shield.
Without the union, (TAs) might have
'been offered a plan, but it wouldn't have
been something as good," he said.

Traditionally, TAs have received a
one-third tuition waiver under the GEO
contract and have been exempt from
paying federal taxes on that discount.
But this year, Congress delayed rein-
stating that provision and TAs had to
pay about $75 in taxes for the tuition
waiver.
Goldberg criticized GEO for not in-
forming teaching assistants about the
tax and not doing more to oppose the
requirement.
"(GEO) never even told us that we
were going to have to pay the extra
taxes. We believe that it was GEO's
responsibility to warn us about things
like this," Goldberg said.
"They didn't even start a letter-
writing campaign to our Congressman
in Washington. TAs in the Chemistry
department have already sent letters to
senators, but they shouldn't have to do
that. GEO should have done that
them. People are hurting."

Three University graduate students
pleaded not guilty Wednesday at their
arraignment on charges of illegal entry
into the University's steam tunnel
system, according to Ann Arbor police.
The students, Rene Bergero, 25, Jef-
frey Holden, 23, and Daniel Brown, 22,
were arrested on February 18 at 2 a.m.
after they triggered the system's alarm
said Sgt. Harold Tinsey.
Judge S. J. Elden of the 15th District
Court in Ann Arbor released the studen-
ts on their own recognizance and set
their trial date for March 20.
Police are still investigating charges
against two additional students who
were recently arrested for entering the
steam tunnel system.
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