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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 15, 1980-Page5
Special interest
groups take
an interest in
GOP convention

DETROIT-"We got the worst blues
anyone's gonna have-we got the GOP
blues," sang the Monster Slayer Band
yesterday at a rally sponsored by the
Citizens Reacting to a Sick Society.
The 5:30 p.m. rally, held at Kennedy
Square as the Republican National
Convention proceeded just a few blocks
away, featured several hundred in-
dividuals representing a menagerie of
special interests-some serious, some
off-the-wall, but all with a message.
JENNIFER DAVIS explained that
the group she belongs to-the Detroit
branch of the National Anti-Draft Net-
work-objected to the establishment of
draft registration.
"Never before have we had a draft
without a war soon following, and that's
why we're not fooled by registration for
the draft," she explained.
Michio Kaku explained he attended
the rally because of his long-lasting op-
position to nuclear power plants. The
nuclear physics teacher from the City
College of New York'said that one thing
the Nuclear Regulatory Commision
feared more than a meltdown was the
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people are saying, "Shut them down!"
Revolutionary Socialist League, aimed
his vituperations at the Ku Klux Klan
and the Nazis. "We have to keep going
until they're destroyed and the stinking
capitalist system that let them rise to
power is destroyed."
Davis also urged everyone at the
rally to show up in Detroit when the
Klan and the Nazis march. "Death to
the Klan, Nazis, and capitalism," he
chanted to the crowd.
Maryann Frank, from a Detroit
feminist group, said there is more than
one type of rapist. Men who are opposed
to Medicaid abortions for the poor are
also rapists, she explained. Men who
take campaign contributions from
Phyllis Schafly and bosses who
sexually harrass their female em-
ployees are too, Frank added.
RETHA HILL, FROM the Detroit
chapter of the Committee Against
Registration and the Draft, said that
Reagan may now be opposed to
registration and the draft, but as soonas
be gets into office, be will not only be for
the draft but also for nuclear war. She
urged all 19- and 20-year-old men not to

THEN-HOLLYWOOD FILM star Ronald Reagan stoops to take a paddling
during a 1947 visit to Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Eureka College in
Eureka, Ill. Reagan, a 1932 graduate of Eureka, had been a member of the
fraternity. He made the 1947 visit to help celebrate the Pumpkin Festival, an
annual community event.
Bush tells delegates
to support Reagan's
bid for presidency
this moment," Bush said.
DETROIT (AP) - George Bush, who "You're releasing us publicly with in-
wanted to be the Republican presiden- structions to vote for Reagan?"
tial nominee himself, roamed ' delegate Alan Green inquired.
Republican caucuses yesterday, in- "YES," BUSH replied.
structing his delegate supporters to In telling his delegates to support
vote for Ronald Reagan and counseling Reagan as the party's presidential
them against a campaign to make him nominee, Bush fulfilled a commitment
No. 2 man on the GOP ticket. made on May 26, when he stopped ac-
"I plan to enthusiastically support tive campaigning for the Republican
Governor Reagan in the fall and work presidential nomination.
hard for his election, and encourage Bush, the last of Reagan's
you to do exactly the same thing," Bush challengers to drop out of the race, will
told delegates committed to him by address the convention tomorrow night
balloting in presidential primaries and in an appeal for party unity. During the
caucuses earlier this year. campaign, Bush won a total of 255
IN MEETING with his Oregon delegates. Nearly 100 of those
delegates, Bush was asked point blank delegates, following Bush's withdrawal
if he was "formally telling us to vote for from the race, had already indicated
Reagan." they planned to defect and vote for
"That's what I'm doing officially at, Reagan as the GOP nominee.
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