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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 1990 - Page 11
Levin, Schuette gear
up for premier debate

EAST LANSING (AP) - U.S.
Senator Carl Levin and his Republi-
can challenger, U.S. Representative
Bill Schuette, spent yesterday get-
ting ready for the first televised de-
bate of their campaign.
The debate was scheduled to be-
gin at 9 p.m. at the WKAR-TV stu-
dios and to be shown by public tele-
vision stations across the state.
Democrat Levin was cramming
to make up for the four days he lost
while making a fact-finding trip to
Saudi Arabia over the Labor Day
weekend.
Meanwhile, Republican Schuette
studied issuesand Levin's record in
the morning, but took the afternoon
off to give himself time to relax and
think about debate strategy, said
Dean Peterson, a spokesperson for
the Schuette campaign.
Levin campaign spokesperson
Willie Blacklow said the two-term
incumbent's strategy was being kept
under wraps.
Schuette's campaign manager,
Douglas McAuliffe, said the conser-

vative would go after Levin's record
as a liberal, as he has done through-
out his campaign.
McAuliffe's comments indicated
Schuette might go aggressively after
'The people
watching this will see
a dramatic contrast in
the reasoning of two
intelligent men who
both have
records...and the
people will be able to
judge who's been
right and who's been
wrong'
-William McAuliffe
Bill Schuette's
Campaign Manager
Levin, a member of the House
Armed Services Committee, for

some of his defense votes.
He pointed out that druing his
trip to the Middle East "Carl Levin
was sitting there doing news
conferences and interviews aboard the
U.S.S. Wisconsin and he voted
against spending money on that
ship."
Blacklow said Levin did vote to
decommission the battleship in 1980
because it was too expensive and
required too many personnel.
McAuliffe said Schuette also
would go after Levin for his stands
on crime, drugs, taxes and the death
penalty.
"The people watching this will
see a dramatic contrast in the reason-
ing of two intelligent men who both
have records, who both have been
there in Washington and understand
the minutia and the people will be
able to judge who's been right and
who's been wrong," he said.
Schuette is giving up the tenth
District seat he's held since 1984 to
try to unseat Levin. Levin is seeking
his third six-year term.

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problems likely caused by a fuel
pump. This mission to launch
Columbia has been delayed until
mid-September.
NASA Administrator Richard
Truly said a new pump will be in-
stalled this weekend. If that seems to
correct the problem, a fourth launch
attempt will be made to launch the
shuttle with an astronomical obser-
vatory early the week of Sept. 17.
"It's not a 100 percent guarantee.
But it's the one shot we have to get
the Astro mission airborne" before
Discovery's scheduled flight with the
Ulysses satellite in October, Truly
said.
The unit is bolted in and can be
replaced easily, said launch director
Bob Sieck. Crews cannot enter the
compartment until Friday because
propellants remain aboard, prevent-
ing a new pump from being installed

on a mission to study some of the
hottest objects in the universe with
the $150 million Astro observatory.
Thursday's early morning launch
was scrubbed after hydrogen flooded
into the rear compartment.
Officials continued filling

ing in the rear of the shuttle, where
pipes range in diameter up to 17
inches. They are directly in front of
the huge engines and are accessible
through side doors.
"We're not talking about a large
leak. We're talking about an ex-

'(The hydrogen leak) is a real booger to try
to find and isolate'
-Astronaut Robert Crippen

wait until after Discovery's flight
with Ulysses, a satellite being sent
on a five-year journey to explore the
sun's polar regions. Discovery must
lift off between Oct. 5 to Oct. 23 to..
take advantage of the proper planet
alignment.
"Ulysses is our first priority and
we will not compromise that," said
William Lenoir, head of NASA's
space flight program.
Columbia's seven astronauts left*
for their training base in Houston at
dawn.
In May, NASA's first attempt to
launch Columbia for the Astro mis-
sion ground to a halt at almost the
same moment during fueling as
more than a half-million gallons of
liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen
were flowing into the tank Wednes-
day. The earlier attempt, too, was de-
layed by leaks in two places.

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Columbia's massive external tank to
pinpoint the source and narrowed
their search to the shuttle's three re-
circulation pumps.
Each of the shuttle's three main
engines has a pump. Officials were
uncertain which one might be leak-

tremely small leak" said Forrest
McCartney, director of Kennedy
Space Center. "It's very elusive and
very frustrating."
"It is a real booger to try to find
and isolate," shuttle boss Robert
Crippen said.

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