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Page 6-Friday, July 18, 1980-The Michigan Daily


By The Associated Press shut out of one of the big industrial it was announced he would serve as
A federal judge struck down as un- states considered vital to his chances as keynote speaker at the Democratic
A n constitutional part of an Ohio election independent alternative to Republican National Convention in New York.
law yesterday, giving independent candidate Ronald Reagan and I
presidential candidate John Anderson a President Carter. IN A STATEMENT, Stuart Udall said
" boost in his quest to get on the ballot in Jim Pohlman, an Anderson lawyer, he is a lifelong Democrat "who has
c a m p a ig n 1 the November general election. said he expects the Ohio decision to help voted for and campaigned for every
The ruling by U.S. District Judge the congressman get on the ballot in nominee of my party since I cast my
Robert Duncan, which struck down three other states where similar cases first vote for Franklin Roosevelt in
Ohio's March 20 deadline for filing by are pending: -Maryland, Maine and 1944.
e ts b o o st independent candidates, gives Ander- Kentucky. He called Carter "a weak, vacillating
g son a shot at the state's 25 electoral Anderson also won an important en- leader who has been one of the most
college votes in November. dorsement yesterday from Democrat manipulative politicians of my
THE REPUBLICAN congressman Stuart Udall, former Interior Secretary generation."
had won an earlier, similar victory in and brother of Rep. Morris Udall (D- In London yesterday, Anderson said
New Mexico, but if denied a place on Ariz.). Morris Udall was mentioned as Republican nominee Ronald Reagan's
the ballot in Ohio, he would have been a possible Anderson running mate until programs can't work and his vice-
presidential choice, George Bush, is a
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propose a series of autumn debates.
Reagan promptly agreed, telling Car-
ter he looks forward to their exchanges.
contestants-turned-partners, said their
past campaign differences pale beside
their determination to win back the
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Bush said the spirit of victory per-
vades the convention. "But if that spirit
is to be translated into reality, it's up to
'ii, each and every one of us to help carry
I m Ronald steagan's message of a strong,
free America the length and breadth of
thisland," he said in his acceptance
Reagan, in his speech, accused the
Carter Administration of making
critical foreign policy decisions "at
times almost in Marx Brothers
fashion," and said the country feels "a
growing sense of unease as our allies
I.' reluctantly conclude that America
is unwilling or unable to fulfill its
obligations as leader of the free world."
' ----------CLIP AND MAIL.TODAY! ------------BETWEEN thunderous rounds of ap-
plause, the former California governor
voiced his opposition to a. peacetime
draft or registration, instead calling for
USE THIS HANDY CHART TO QUICKLY ARRIVE AT AD COST "pay and benefit levels that will attract
and keep highly motivated men and
women in our volunteer forces.
Words 1 2 3 4 5 add: Hours before Reagan took the
0-14 1.70 3.40 4.60 5.80 7.00 1.00 podiumparty leaders quelled yet
Please indicate another threat to the harmony of the
15-2' 2.55 5.10 6.90 8.70 10.50 1.50 - wherertisad * convention. They convinced Sen. Jesse
is to run: Helm (R-N.C.) to withdraw his plan to
22-26 3.40 6.80 9.20 11.60 14.00 2.00 forrent openlychallengeBush'snomination.
for sale Helms, who said he objects to Bush's
2935 4.25 8.50 11.50 14.50 17.50 2.50 help wanted support of abortion and the Equal
36-42 5.10 10.20 13.80 17.40 21.00 3.00 roommates Rights Amendrent, began a drive
personal earlier in the week to have his name
43-49 6.80 11.90 16.10 20.30 24.50 3.50 etc. placed in nomination if Reagan selec-
ted a moderate as his running mate.
SEveralsouthern delegates said Helms
7 words per line (Each line of space used counts as 7 words). , reversed his decision once he was
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" THEY GAVE him a chance to-
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420 Maynard would stick to the platform," said
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Philip Van Hoy, a North Carolina
NAME Ford said he'd do everything he could
to help put Reagan in the White House.
ADDRESS But that didn't include running with
him - for lack of guarantees that he
CITY would have a major role in ad-
H ____DATES ministration decision-making.
PHONEDAIn the convention's final roll call for
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