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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. JANUARY 16. 1964

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SCANS PRESIDENTIAL FIELD:
Dempsey Predicts Race Between Johnson, Scranton

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WILLIAM SCRANTON
AREA VOTE:
Set Group
On College
Plans for creating a Washtenaw
County community college will be
discussed when the community
college executive committee meets
at the end of January.
The executive committee, com-
posed of representatives from
each of the nine secondary school
districts in the county, will under-
take all the necessary steps in
the creation of the community
college.
Bartlett Approves
The committee was organized
after Lynn Bartlett, state superin-
tendent of public instruction, ap-
proved an application for putting
the matter before the voters.
Robert Harrington, member of
the executive committee, said this
week that he expects the commit-
tee will have the issue before the
voters by next fall.
The proposal submitted to the
state would create a county com-
munity college district, covering
all of Washtenaw County, except a
small portion already part of the
Northwest Wayne County Com-
munity College District.
Seek Election
The next step in the process will
be for two per cent of the county's
electorate to petition the County
Board of Supervisors to set an
election date.
Voters must approve three items
before the college can be set up.
These include the proposal to es-
tablish a community college and
to implement its establishment by
election of a board of trustees and
authorization of millage to sup-
port it.

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DEARBORN-Prof. John Demp-
sey of the Dearborn campus poli-
tical science department predicted
that President Lyndon B. Johnson
and Adlai Stevenson will run on
the Democratic ticket against
Pennsylvania Gov. William Scran-
ton and Oregon Gov. Mark Hat-
field in the 1964 national elec-
tions for the presidency and vice-
presidency.
Prof. Dempsey said he based
this prediction on the current "po-
litical atmosphere."
"A lot of things can arise be-
tween now and next November. A
lot will depend on the successes
and failures of the national gov-
ernment, but in January, 1964 this
is the way the picture looks."
Always Nominated
He remarked that the nomina-
tion of Johnson is "quite evident,
in light of the fact that no poli-
tical party has ever refused to
nominate an incumbent."
But, he added, the nomination
of the Democratic vice-residen-
tial nominee takes some more de-
tailed investigation.
Prof. Dempsey explained that
Johnson will make political ene-
mies during the interim until elec-
tions, even though he is now
viewed as "all things to all men.,
"Johnson can't write off the
South. He will have to behave as
President. I am not speaking so
much about race, because the
South will forgive him in this area.
The South realizes the pressures
he is undergoing.
'But rather, I am speaking of
other internal issues such as the
economy and industrial develop-
ment. The action Johnson takes
here may irritate the northern
liberals.
"Then there is another great
drawback. Johnson has a serious
lack of experience in international
affairs. Johnson's running mate
must be accepted by the northern
liberals and experienced in inter-
national affairs. Certainly Steven-
son is the prime choice for the
Democrats," Dempsey concluded.
He explained that the other
candidates being mentioned for
the vice-presidency, such as Peace
Corps director Sargent Shriver,
Assistant Secretary of State for
African Affairs G. Mennen Wil-
liams and Sen. Hubert Humphrey
(D-Minn) all lack these qualities
to a certain extent.
Clear Consensus
Prof. Dempsey then turned to
the Republican party's difficulties
in arriving at a clear consensus.
He. eliminated Sen. Barry Gold-
water (R-Ariz) as Republican
nominee for vice-president.
"Goldwater has no real chance.
Ever since he announced his can-
didacy and began expressing his
Conservatives
Prepare Rally
For Goldwater
LANSING M)--The conservative
Federation of Michigan plans to
boost the candidacy of Sen. Barry
Goldwater (R-Ariz) at a rally
here Saturday.
The meeting is "the first step
in the federation's plans to try
to send a Goldwater delegation
from Michigan to the San Fran-
cisco convention," said Charles
Harmon of Cassapolis, general
chairman of the meeting.
Harmon differed with the Re-
publican State Central Committee
last Saturday as Gov. George
Romney was named the favorite
son leader of the Republican con-
vention delegation by the com-
mittee.
"I don't think the favorite son
resolution carries any weight or
has any legal effect on the dele-
gates . I'm for Goldwater for
president and Romney for gover-
nor," Harmon said.

NATION'S LARGEST! I

views he began losing support. He
has antagonized almost everybody
except his most enthusiastic sup-
porters," Prof. Dempsey reasoned.
Marriage, Divorce
Prof. Dempsey also eliminated
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller due to his
overwhelming self-confidence in
light of his divorce and remar-
riage. He is certain to produce
dislike among delegates at the na-
tional convention."
Prof. Dempsey explained that
the only candidates left to choose
from are Nixon, Scranton and
Gov. George Romney.
He dismissed Nixon because he

is a two-time loser and Romney.
because he is alienating himself
from the right wing of the party.
Look Inward
"I really believe, though, that
Romney, in speaking the way he
does, is actually trying to influ-
ence the Republican party and
spark debate which will make the
party look inward at its prob-
lems," Prof. Dempsey explained.
He added that Hatfield would
be the logical choice for Scran-
ton's running-mate due *to his
popular and successful experiences
in the west.
"However," he cautioned, "be-
fore the Republicans hold their
convention, Scranton will have to
get out and do a lot of handshak-
in in order to get the necessary
public support."
Would Win
Prof. Dempsey also predicted
that if the ballot was as he said,
Johnson and Stevenson would def-
initely win.
He gave three major reasons
for this conclusion:
-"There are more Democrats
in the country than Republicans
and with everything else being
equal, Johnson and Stevenson
should be elected.
-"Times are good, and when
that is the case the American
people do not vote their president
out of office.
-"There will not be very many
new developments on the inter-
national scene. Viet Nam will go
from bad to worse, Europe and

Berlin will remain the same and
Red China will begin shelling Ke-
moy and Matsu, but this will die
down," Prof. Dempsey predicted.
"Actually, the only problem in
the coming months is French
President Charles de Gaulle. But,
of course, we have come to ac-
cept him as a world institution,"
Prof. Dempsey quipped.
Council Moves
To -Maintain
Bus Company
Ann Arbor City Council last
week made a last-ditch move to
retain public bus service for the
city by hiring a public transporta-
tion consultant on a one-year
basis at $5,000.
The hiring of Arvin Marshall as
the consultant was a legal tactic
to sidestep laws which forbid cities
to subsidize public transportation
systems.
City Administrator Guy C. Lar-
com Jr. told the council that
Marshall would use the $5,000 as
security for a loan to put the buses
of the Public. Bus Co. in good
running condition.
Tuesday Larcom said full bus
service has been restored to the
city, after a week without service.
There are seven buses in the fleet
which handles seven routes.

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COUNTED OUT-Prof. John Dempsey of the Dearborn campus political science department pre-
dicts that Asst. Secretary of Stat' for African Affairs G. Mennen Williams (left), Peace Corps
director Sargent Shriver (center) and Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn), reported front-runners
for the Democratjc vice-presidential nomination lack the liberal appeal and experience in inter-
national affairs to win the nomination.

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ROBERT O'HARA

ADLAI STEVENSON

JAME MARRON
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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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