The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, December 14, 1976, Image 6

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    The Daily Collegian Tuesday, December 14, 1976
Whatever your particular talent or skill, we
can direct you to the best place in your community
to put it to work.
Helping others. The old, the young, the sick,
the disadvantaged. In whatever way you can for
however long you cin. True, you'll work for free
but you won't work for nothing. Write,
VOLUNTEER, Washington, D. C. 20013.
And find your place in life.
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Carter examines
labor candidate
ATLANTA (UPI) today.
President-elect Jimmy Carter also had meetings
Carter yesterday summoned yesterday with Sen. James 0.
controversial former Labor Eastland, D-Miss., chairman
Secretary John Dunlop for a of the Senate Judiciary
job interview and scheduled Committee, and U.S. District
the announcements of two Judge Frank Johnson, an
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integration rulings had a
major impact on Alabama.
Press Secretary Jody
Powell refused to confirm a
report 'that W. Michael
Blumenthal, chairman of the
Bendix Corp. and Jane Cahill
Pfeiffer, a former vice
president of the IBM Corp.,
will become secretaries of the
treasury and commerce.
Powell said at a briefing
that "as late as this morning,
Gov. Carter had informed no
one of these appointments or
any others."
"Any speculation was not
based on direct knowledge,"
Powell said.
UPI learned, however, that
the Blumenthal appointment
almost was a,certainty.
Dunlop, a Harvard
Open Mon.-Fri. 9-9
Sat. 'til 5:30
professor and former
member of the Ford ad
ministration, has been sup
ported for his old job by the
unions . but opposed by
women's groups critical of his
lack of initiative on af
firmative action programs.
Asked whether Carter was
aware of the criticisms,
Powell replied, "I assume
he's aware of the ones
published in the papers."
Five men may still bein the
running for selection as
Jimmy Carter's secretary of
agriculture, Carter's farm
campaign director said
Washington sources had
listed Rep. Bob Bergland, D-
Minn., as a "frontrunner"
and expected•to get the post.
Residential Life Programs Announces
Resident Assistant Positions
• for 1977-78
RAs receive a waiver of fees for room, board, and partial
tuition for their work as peer counselors, referral agents,
Applications and information are available at the HUB
desk, area coordinator's offices, and the Residential Life
Programs Office - 335 Boucke.
Application Deadline is December 22, 1976
All You Can Eat
salad & garlic
bread included up
to 9:00 P.M
To Professors
and Students,
is open for lunch.
Call in your order if you
have a short lunch hour.
Choice of 8 different
Coffee $.15
NAPOLI'S also delivers
9:00 P.M.-2:00 A.M.
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Ohio electoral votes
to stay with Carter
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) A last-ditch attempt to keep
Ohio from turning over its 25 electoral votes to President-elect
Jimmy Carter was rejected yesterday by a federal judge.
The U.S. Labor, Republican and American parties in the
state are charging fraud in Ohio's balloting last Nov. 2. They
are considering the possibility of an appeal before the official
presidential results become final next month.
U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Kinneary dismissed the
suit, which seeks to void certification of Ohio's results and
require a new election.
Richard G. Reichel, attorney for the coalition, said there is
still time for an appeal before the Electoral College results
reach Congress Jan. 6. .
Kinneary dismissed the lawsuit less than four hours before
state mdmbers of the Electoral College met and unanimously
awarded Carter Ohio's 25 votes on the basis of his 11,161-vote ,
margin over President Ford, affirmed by a recount.
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