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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

('uesdoy, April 2, 1968

..age : _._.. ..THE_.MW__H_.GA.,.HDA..LY .Tu....day, April......2,._1968

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Get Acquainted With Your Apartment Owner
SGC-SHA
The Student Housing Association is now urging students to deal directly with
the owners of the buildings they live in on any complaints. Accordng to the
Student Rental Union complaint service, Apartments Limited has a very poor
record on maintenance, return of damage deposits, etc. Apartments Ltd. has
also refused to accept the University's 8-month lease.
The owners will be much more concerned about the condition of his building
and tenant satisfaction than the management agency.
The following is a partial list of Apts. Ltd. owners from city records:

OWNERS

APTS. OWNED

OWNERS

APTS. OWNED

KARL MALCOLM, 818, 819, 823,
6660 N. Maple Rd. 824'Brown
665-6634 1016 Oakland
515 Walnut
1506 Geddes
JACK SHIPMAN,
7 Shipman Circle, 410 Hill
AA, NO 3-2800 1412 Geddes
or 663-6366
ROBERT SHIPMAN,
3 Shipman Circle, 415 Brn
AA, 662-1784 819 Brawn
or 663-6366
ED FENTON,
1 6591 Meyers Rd.,
Detroit, 864-7580 820 Fuller and
NED SMOKLER, neighboring bldg.
Detroit
548-7255
WILBERT BUDD,
929 Rainbow Bend, 832 Packard
Elkhart, Indiana
524-1043

McCarthy Takes His Handshaking Campaign to Milwaukee's Streets

ROBERT STOLL,
1465 Marian, AA
NO 2-0576
RICHARD STOLL, 402 Hill
1157 Aberdeen
Dr., AA
NO 3-1044
JOHN SHAREMET,
2980 Hickory, AA 1015 Vaughn
761-3087 712 Oakland
PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INS. CO., 503 Hill
Penobscot Bldg.,
645 Griswold, 425 Hill
Detroit
961-3828
DON AND
NELLIE THOMAS,
519 Tecumseh Rd. 911 Oakland
Clinton, Mich.
456-4965
RICHARD
CALDWELL,
3176 Lakewood 934 Greenwood
Dr., AA
668-8833
RICHARD
BARNHILL, 913 Dewey
2615 Lookout Circle 602 Mary Ct.
665-9271

McCarthy and Wisconsin: Wasted Love?

canmpai gn *68

By DANIEL OKRENT
Special To The Daily
MILWAUKEE-Before Lyndon Johnson opened the gates of dis-
array and confusion with his surprise announcement Sunday night,
the Wisconsin compaign of Eugene McCarthy was beginning to swing
into high gear, headed for what seemed to be a sure victory.
As the Minnesota senator, backed by thousands of college students
from throughout the midwest, concentrated on the last days of cam-
paigning before today's primary, it was becoming increasingly evident
that a resounding victory was in the making.
McCarthy's big end-of-the-weekend lead was attributable to six
major factors:
" Wisconsin Democrats were clearly showing their dissatisfaction!
with the Johnson administration. Two of the state's three Democratic
congressmen, Reps. Henry Reuss and Robert Kastenmeier, had both
voiced their support for McCarthy, and the crowds the Minnesotan
was drawing across the state far exceeded those drawn by Johnson
campaigners. In Madison, Housing Secretary Robert Weaver attracted
250 people; McCarthy had drawn 15,000 a few days earlier.
e Bobby Kennedy's candidacy had kindled a definite election interest
in the black sections of Milwaukee. Campaigning through that city's
Inner Core, McCarthy was greeted by countless residents who said
they were Kennedy supporters, but would support McCarthy until the
New York senator actually had his name on an available ballot.
" A controversial anti-war referendum' on the Madison city ballot
was sure to draw numerous anti-Johnson people to the polls. Local
newspapers, notably Madison's influential Capital Times, predicted
that Madison would be the first city in the nation to vote against the
war in a popular referendum.
4 A factor as big as any directly due to McCarthy's campaign was
sure to be a high incidence of Republican crossovers. Wisconsin has
an open primary, and many GOP leaders across the state were urging
party members to vote for McCarthy to embarrass Johnson. Enabled
to do so because of the lack of a contest on the Republican side of
th eballot (Richard Nixon was getting no serious opposition from
Harold Stassen or a "Draft Reagan" campaign), Republican voters
seemed considerably attracted by the notion.
r The McCarthy campaign itself was paying off. The importation of
"celebrities" to reach the voters was particularly effective; actor Paul
Newman was able to reach working class families in Milwaukee's
Polish suburbs far better than any politician could have.
* Press play for the McCarthy campaign was growing. Attracted by
the idealism of the "Clean for Gene" youth corps, representatives of
the national press went where the colorful copy was: McCarthy's col-
lege volunteers.
Before the Johnson withdrawal, some politicians were estimating a
McCarthy majority to exceed 60 per cent; one of the representatives
of a national television network indicated that his employer's super-
computer set the figure at 64 per cent.
But there was no telling early Monday what the reaction to the
LBJ statement would be. Some guessed it would draw a sympathy
vote for Johnson, whose name is still on the ballot, while many others
contended that Republican crossovers would diminish because of the
inconsequence of embarrassing the president. Almost all observers,
however, agreed that now, none of it made any difference at all.

RON J.
GORDON SMITH,
1320 S. Univ., AA

911 S. Forest
1001 S. Forest

Why not give your owner a call or drop him a letter. Get acquainted. Remember
about 8 mo. lease. Any long distance calls to these owners will be paid for by SGC.
owner is not listed let us know and we will find out who he is.
STUDENT HOUSING ASSOCIATION
764-3174 2-5 P.M. Mon.-Fri.

to ask
If your

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ALL PEOPLE WHO WILL BE TURNING IN
DRAFT CARDS, APRIL 3rd, COME TO THE

GUILD HOUSE,

7:30,

TUES. NIGHT,

802 MON ROE ST.

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The Candidate Meets a Negro Elks Group

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3

RALLY
12-2

DEMONSTRATION
Begins at Diag

DRAFT CARD TURN-IN
Men of draft age will be sending back Selective Service cards. All those who oppose the draft
system and who support those men returning cards are urged to join in the rally and demonstrate.
In addition, those who wish to express their own opposition to the draft and the war by aid-
ing and abetting the resisters, can do so at this time.
(In case of rain, the rally and demonstration will be held in the UGLI Multipurpose Room
from 12:30-2:00 P.M.)

For more information call:
THE RESISTANCE

GUILD HOUSE
802 Monroe

662-0582
307 S. Division
761-1264

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