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The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 30, 2000 - 7A

IASA
Continued from Page 1A
"1 know our last count we had 200 tickets left, when the
doors opened. We came close to selling out, so we had at
most 100 tickets left,' he said.
Sunada Poadhan and Nisha and Vish Dawane traveled
from India to watch their grandson, LSA junior Rahul
Dawane, and celebrate Diwali with family in Michigan.
Nisha Dawane said she had seen the IASA show on video
the year before and wanted to see the production in person.
"We came to Michigan for the typical holiday functions
and to see my grandson, who participated in the drama, she
said.
The notoriety of the show not only reaches distant family
members but high school students from the area.

Tia Chakraborty, a student from Dow High School in
Midland, said she looked forward to hearing her brother,
Engineering senior Kinshuk Chakraborty, sing in "Hava Ke
Rang."
"He's done many programs in the past," she said. "I'm
looking forward to seeing him because I've heard so many
good things about it and this is my first time to attend the
IASA cultural show."
Michigan State University sophomore Saurabh Rohatgi
complimented the student's creative abilities.
"The dances about the present time period was my
favorite because it represents how our culture is well inte-
grated with American culture, Rohatgi said.
Rohatgi said the Indian cultural show at Michigan State
isn't as big and the university's Indian community hopes to
put on a show of this quality in the future.

SUPPORT
Continued from Page 1A
the past few weeks. Jon Bon Jovi
played at a rally in Warren yesterday,
and the Goo Goo Dolls accompanied
the vice president to Flint two weeks
ago.
"One of the things that I didn't
expect to happen to me this year is that
Jon Bon Jovi would be introducing
me," said Gore's running mate, Con-
necticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, who
along with his wife Hadassah joined
Al and Tipper Gore at the Warren
rally.

nomics are really inspirational to writ-
ing songs, so I don't really need to
write songs like that anymore. I want
to write really upbeat happy prosper-
ous songs about what's going to be
happening right now today and tomor-
row.
LSA junior Alicia Johnson, who
chairs the University's Students for
Gore chapter, said celebrity campaign-
ing is a good way to attract "a different
group of people."
"Honestly, it's cool as hell," Johnson
said. "He's getting the youth vote out
there."
But while Gore has been bringing

Women" tour in Michigan, featuring
his wife Laura, foreign policy.dvi-
sor Condoleezza Rice, vice presa en-
tial candidate Dick Cheney'i vife
Lynne, and his mother, former First
lady Barbara.
His well-respected mother was the
highlight of the first day's event,
receiving the largest applause from a
crowd of 500 supporters in South-
field.
"He's surrounded himself with
strong, wise women," Barbara, Bush
said. "He will be an outstanding piesi-
dent."
Bush's father, former President
George Bush, spoke in front of about
1,800 people in Holland last Monday.
"If we can carry Michigan, George
W. Bush will be the next presiddnt of
the United States. Please coniinue
working hard on his behalf," Bish
said. "If our son is eiected presidke&it, I
will indeed be the happiest, proudest
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Bon Jovi would not talk politics Hollywood to the
with reporters but did tell the audi- nent, George W.I
ence, "I've never been to a political ging his support
rally before, but obviously I felt strong D.C.
enough to be here." Former chairma
After performing a slow, acoustic of Staff Colin Pow
rendition of "Livin' on a Prayer," Bon ous campaign app
Jovi said, "I wrote that song during the Two weeks ag
Reagan era and the trickle-down eco- .nor began the
RALLY
Continued from Page 1A
Accompanied by Senate candidate Debbie Stabenow, Gore
continued to East Lansing for another rally and later to Grand
Rapids and Muskegon. In the meantime, Lieberman cam-
paigned across Southeast Michigan, making stops in Pontiac,
Flint and Saginaw.
Although heartthrob musician Bon Jovi tried to rock the
crowd, ralliers cheered the loudest when Gore came to the
stage.
"1 get a rush from being here," said Students for Gore Chair
Alicia Johnson, an LSA junior. "It really builds excitement."
Gore tried to point at the differences between himself and
his opponent by giving a rundown on the differences
between their policies on education, health care, a patients
bill of rights, hate crime legislation, the Supreme Court and
abortion.
Bush had a different take on American prosperity during
the past eight years.
"I believe the reason our economy is so strong today is
because of the Ronald Regan tax cuts of the '80s," Bush
said.
The crowd went wild with chants of "No more Gore," and

"We want Bush." The Republican candidate was accompanjed
by Sen. Spence Abraham, Michigan Gov. John Engler and
U.S. Rep. Joe Knollenberg from Bloomfield Hills.
Bush emphasized his ability to lead the country in for.eign
and domestic affairs because of his integrity and amoral
strength, which he said must be restored the White House.
"The surplus is not the government's money, it's the peo-
ple's money" Bush said.
Bush urged supporters not only to vote on Election Day but
to help the campaign gather more support from friends,.family
and neighbors.
"Not only do I want your vote, I want your help;" Bush said.
"The team with the best grass-roots organization is going to
win this campaign."
Members of the University's chapter of Students for
Bush were present at the rally and expressed excitement
about the work ahead in the next week. Julie Marcal, an
LSA junior, said the group has been distributing literature
about Bush.
There were so many supporters at the rally Friday night that
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"It was a great show," said Students for Bush co.-Chair
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