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Chicago Tribune (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Chicago, IllinoisMichigan 31 Purdue 37 Alabama 17 Mich. St. 31 Minn. 43 Ohio St. 44 Missouri 30 Nebraska 56 Auburn 24 Colorado 20illinois 7 n Wes in 0 Tennessee 10 Wisconsin 0 Iowa 14 Indiana 7 n. Dame 26 Kansas 0 Geo. Tech 14 Oklahoma 14 i Imago Tribune the w o b l d s greatest newspaper no rat to. A urn Cuba Trow sunday october 22,1372 30 a a a a final Sec 40viet peace terms told column 1 pro hockey a big Money War the world hockey the once Secue Reserve clause. But the n has whipped up its own name plan to beat Back the we a. What does it mean for Chicago hockey fans ted Damata answers that question with a new Senes in sports. Congressmen react to the Nader report after nine months of work by 700 researchers and writers the Ralph Nader organization Nas produced a massive study of Congress consisting of profiles of 484 congressmen. Seven Tabuno reporters boiled Down the Nader Repon and then went to Tumos legislators tor reactions. Fot the first of these responses see perspective. By Arthur Sid Don 44 a v no no Nanette comes Back after 48 years to opened in the Loop on May 4. 1924. Now Quot no. No. Nanette Quot returns Riding the nostalgia craze Ana get log a Little help irom As that Ossip about backstage feuds win Leonard previews the show in arte a fun. Women in politics Chicago style what can you say about a woman who gets a noted about sludge you can say Joanne alter is serious enough about running tor sanitary District True be to of our and campaigning by 6 30 a. M. You can say a lot More and can some water does. First of a Senes about Chicago a lady candidates in lifestyle. Index action expire see. I a p. 6 arts amp . Ii Book world Sec. 9 . 4 defied 2 columns see ia.p.5 oot word . 7 editorials .scc.ia,p4 How to keep Well Sec. S. P. 7 �sec.7 metro a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a obituaries a a a a a a a a a Sec amp 14 . A sports.scc.3 Tower travel. Sec. 6 the weather Chicago and Vicinity Cloudy and warmer today occasion a Bowers in upper a to Bower continuing tonight Low. In upper us southerly winds j la 11 k. The coming northerly 10 to is a. P. H. Tomorrow Cloudy and becoming cooler Otoum in find High. To Middle so map awl other reports on Page 3l Washington ocl 11-North vietnamese Premier Pham Van Dong to i cried in an interview mails Public today that cease ire to Viet Nam would be acceptable As a first step toward ending the War. In an interview m Hanoi with new week Magazine. Dong said a peace settlement would involve three stages a a standstill cease fire while All United states military Are withdrawn. A direct negotiations Between communists and the present sooth vietnamese government. A a tripartite interim coalition government to be followed by National election. U. S. Presidential adviser Henry kissing or meets fourth time a Ith South Viet Sam s president Thieu. In peking a major development in the Viet Nam peace negotiations is indicated. Page 2. As to the Fate of american prisoners. Doug said that their release would not have to Avail the Complete withdrawal of american forces As Hanoi had insisted earlier a negotiations Are in an extremely important the Premier tool Newsweek editor Amaud do 3orcb-grave last wednesday. Quot we have done everything humanly possible for a successful conclusion. And that Means peace with Independence and Freedom. This is what we have fought for Almos three the interview was held on the same Day Henry Kislinger president Nixon a special Adver. Arrived in Saigon to discus with South vietnamese leaders the Progress he made in secret pans peace talks with the North vietnamese. The plan outlined by Dong contained several important elements of president Nixon s May 4 and Jan. 2$ peace proposal indicating general approval at the Paris talks of the Points. Nixon to i proposals had offered to lift the naval blockade of North vie Nam to return for release of american prisoners and an internationally supervised cease fire the rut Indochina. American forces were to be withdrawn completely within four months of an agreement. Under the plan outlined by dog to Newsweek the Fate of South vietnamese president Nguyen Van Thieu was left Uncertain. Quot would Yin agree that Tocica would be part of the Saigon administration component in three Cidad coalition government pending elections provided he was no longer president Quot Deborchgrave a amp cd door. A Thieu has been overtaken by Dong said. Quot and events Are now follow ice their own the North vietnamese Premier was then asked if a cease fire followed by an american withdrawal would result in direct negotiations Between Saigon and the provisional revolt snary government. Quot that is the present evolution and it is a positive Dong said. Quot the situation will then be two armies and in administrations in the South and continued on Page 2, cat. I its Cincinnati 8-1 reds Catcher Johnny Bench slams Home run Over left Field Wall in 4th innings to Start Cincinnati on its Way to 8-1 Victory Over Oakland a s to lie series. Details in sports. A i a 1 a a a a a a a a a s a watergate dead Issue sags Spiro by James Strong and Peter Negronida vice president Agnew. Irritated by Here yesterday about allegations of White House involvement in the watergate incident and the bugging of democratic National Headquarters advised the news Media it was time to give up Pursuit of the Issue. Quot you have Thorold mined this Agnew said. Quot there is no More repo Norial Gold in the mine and it s time to abandon the Agnew admitted he had not asked to see nor was be privy to rumoured Justice department report that allegedly link presidential auks and the committee for reflection of the president to the eavesdropping scheme. On Campaign swing Agnew held a news conference in the Continental Plaza hotel Here after an overnight Campaign swing to the Chicago area. Zartler. Be warned a group of More than 2.000 Cook county Republican precinct workers meeting in the proviso West High school to Hillside against the danger of complacency in the dosing week of the Campaign. Quot you Here in Cook county. Know at Well As anyone in America How much a vote Agnew said. Quot for you saw Richard Nixon Joe the presidency of the United slates right Here to 1060 by a margin of 8,838 votes out of 4v� million interrupted by protested Agnew s speech was interrupted on two occasions by a Small band of Antiwar demonstrator to the rear of the gym chanting Quot Stop the War Quot and Quot peace on each occasion the 2,000 c. O. P. Precinct workers drowned out the hecklers with cries of Quot four More years four More the rally also attracted other major Republican candidates from Illinois including gov. Ogilvie sen. Percy atty. Gen. William j. Scott Edmund j. Kuc Haisl candidate for Secretary of state Tod Bernard Carey the Republican challenger toe state s attorney. Asked about vote scandal during the 30-minute press conference later. Agnew repeatedly refused comment on report of an imminent peace to Viet. Nam. Mailho at one Point he said the talks had reached the sensitive he said that any comments on the situation should come rom the president. In response to a question on the current Cook county Vole fraud scandal a fattened on Page 5. Col. I Hopes for change in Washington gov. Ogilvie pulls ahead of Walker by Michael Smith gov. Ogilvie has wiped out Daniel Walker s Early four Point Lead in their rare for governor and has become the loader by five Point. To deprive Walker of the o to 38 per cent advantage recorded or him to the first Tribune Pool Ogilvie gained seven Point while Walker lost two. Making the new score 4s to 41 per cent for Ogilvie. The new standings were measured Between sept. 30 and oct 8 to 1,000 Telephone interviews with a scientifically selected Cross Section of Illinois voters. The first panel of 1,000 was interviewed Between aug. S and sept. 13. Ogilvie moved ahead by cutting the Democrat s Chicago Lead by turning the downstate race into a dead heat and then building a bigger Lead in Cook county outside Chicago. Ties Walker Dow Ariate in the Dow mutate race. Walker s initial 45 to 41 per cent Lead Wai nullified by a 43 to 43 per cent tie. To Chicago. Ogil Ivlo moved up 11 Points to Cut Walker s 45 to 33 per cent Lead to a narrow 45 to 44. Pushing Ogilvie Over the top was a surge of support to Cook county s suburbs. Which built his earlier 12-Point Lead 46 to 34 per cent nto an even More impressive 27-Point Lead 56 to 31. In the first poll. It per cent of the state s voters were found to to undecided on a Choice for governor. In the latest result the undecided declined five Points dividing almost evenly Between the candidates. However the Load to the race May coot nue to fluctuate As to undecided Moke up Ibur minds Ood others some Coop Aoud of Page 20, col. 4 Tribune poll Ogilvie is. Walker location Ogilvie 44 49 44 55 co Walker 41 49p44 25 40 it Uzi of of Iive 97 40 so 47 44 Walker 57 40 95 41 47 politics i i a Ogilvie 1% 95 90 Walker 14 54 94 in come Ogi we 40 44 40 07 Walker a 40 40 95 _ Stugion race a Muffo a pc Gitlic so 49 44 95 Walker j7 40 40 50 of Kne 95 j 43 j 59 49 1 47 Walker 40 44 90 47 1 31 j atty. Ming works 2 sides of Fence by Pamela Zekman and Jerry crimm1ns special attorneys for the Chicago Board of election commissioners have worked both tides of the election Law Fence acting for and against the Board but retains Tom As contractually retained counsel Over the last 10 Yean. William r. Ming and associates to his firm. Mccoy Ming amp Black have frequently defended the Board to court suits filed by citizens candidates and challengers. The Board mob sweats under Federal heat j Jackie the Lackey Ceroc. Once a possible successor in the Chicago leadership. By Bob Wiedrich Tower ticker columnist Chicago mafia leaders Are praying for a change of administrations in Washington next month. The mobsters Hope that if enough ballot Bounce sen. George Mcgovern s Way nov. 7. Hell name someone like former atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark to Bead the Federal Bureau of investigation. Their Hopes Don t imply a sellout by Clark or Mcgovern. The gangsters and their lawyers just think that if Clark is named the emphasis of Fri investigations will be shifted from hoodlums to civil right and antitrust cases both favourites cd the Emte Liberal Clark. Some of the Bays have been overheard discussing exactly that topic a they View a future for their rackets made Bleak by the events of recent year. The Windy City underworld is hurting from the repeated wows of Law in 4 death and uie Penitentiary Hare Deef rated Ibe leadership of Chicago s mafia. A Toog time observer of the hoodlum scene report on the Chi following the or curl death of Paul the waiter j Rice. Forcemeats agencies. And business is jus awful the boys Aren t concerned about the outcome of the election because of their Post los. They could t care Lea about that aspect. What has made their hairy ear perk up Are statements by sen. Mcgovern that be believe Clark is qualified to Bead the Fri and to tbs kind of Man he d like to have to his Cabinet. The prayer for changes Are in essence the same they offered up after president John f. Kennedy named his racquets pm sting brother. Bobby attorney general of the United states. During to tenure As the nation a a continued of Page 2, col a Anthony big tuna Accardo. Sole surviving elder statesman. T i has paid the firm Legal fee exceeding 174.000 to that time. During the same period Ming and associate Haw often switched hats to represent citizens candidates and challengers in bearings before the City electoral Board composed of the three Board commissioner Stanley t. Kus per or. Chairman Francia p. Canary and Marie slither. Blocked detection Effort and tho they represent the Board to it stated purpose to conduct honest elections they Hare been in criminal court blocking efforts to detect possible forger of nominating petitions Whoso alleged efforts undermine the conduct of Bones election. Such activities fall into Shady areas As far As conflict of interest Laws and canons of Educa Are concerned. Bui a spokesman for the Chicago bar association said they smack of impropriety in principle if not to the Law. And could justify an ethics investigation. The situation embittered Leonard Foster now an assistant Day corporation counsel when he Learned in 1967. That Ming routinely defended the Board in court matters. He had t known that fact when he hired Ming to represent him before the Board to his plea to remain on the ballot As a 2slh Ward Ajder manic candidate that year. The Board ruled against Ming and roster made plans to Appeal his Case. 1 regret hiring Ming a i assumed Ming would represent me All the Way up to tbs supreme court if Foster said. Quot then i found out that he worked for the Board too. It was a big Surprise to me. Had i known that he routinely worked for them. I never would have hired him in the first Foster pleaded to own Case to or coating de of Page 2, col 4

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