The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 12, 1978-Page 7
Detroit is pushed as convention site in '80
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voice in the party's national
decisions-such as convention site
selection. Milliken has already shown
an urge to use his clout in Washington
when he led the delegation of gover-
nment, political, business, and labor
leaders who testified before the site
While the Republicans have Milliken
pushing their cause, state Democrats
are relying on Detroit Mayor Coleman
Young to pull down their party's
meeting site for the city he oversees.
Young is the vice-chairman of the
national Democratic party.
Despite Detroit's good points, it has a
problem because the area is short of
hotel rooms. Officials in both parties
say they would have to look to Ann Ar-
bor, Windsor, Ontario,_ and other
outlying areas for the 20,000 rooms
needed to lodge convention-goers.
THOUGH NO PARTY has decided
where its convention will take place,
the Republicans are further along on
T plans for their 1980 spectacle.
BERG In addition to Detroit, Minneapolis
.St. Paul, Miami Beach, Kansas City,
New Orleans, and Dallas have made
bids for the GOP convention. The site
committee-composed of seven party
members-is in the process of inspec-
ting the six citites and will visit Detroit
later this month. The panel will make a
not final recommendation to the January,
tat I 1979, Republican National Committee
The Democrats aren't planning to
's a name a site committee until next mon-
tten th. According to Democratic National
een. Committee Communications Director
, Susan Morrison, the party has received
bids from Miami Beach and New
Orleans-neither of which are in ERA-
BUT, MORRISION said, unlike the
GOP, the Democrats will consider
cities that haven't officially made a bid
with the, party. And, using ERA
ratification and hotel space as major
criteria, convention spots will probably
be limited to Detroit, Houston, Los
Angeles, or New York City, she said.
Peter Schoch, the Uhivesity's direc-
tor of housing information, said the
Housing Office has already agreed to
provide some 2,400 dormitory
rooms-primarily for use by younger
convention-goers-if the Republicans
come to Detroit. Schoch said Bursley
and Baits would likely be the facilities
offered by the University because of
ample North Campus parking.
Schoch said arrangements have been
made with the GOP and the Ann Arbor
Conference and Visitors Bureau to
reserve 85 per cent of the city's first-
class hotel room for the convention.
JOSEPHINE GOOD, the Republican
National Committee's convention
director, said she wouldn't estimate the
chances of her party coming to Detroit
in 1980, but said practical, rather than
political, factors will be considered
The same is true of the Democrats.
"Our major criteria are space and
facilities," said Morrison. She added
that Detroit has "several political ad-
vantages" such as the ERA ratificction
and Mayor Young's presence in the
Paul Moordaian, an offical with the
state's Democratic Central Committee,
though he doesn't know if his party will
officially make a bid for a Detroit con-
vention would be good for the state.
"OBVIOUSLY, IT would increase
revenues coming in the state,"
Mooradian said. "I suspect there are a
lot of people who have a negative idea
of Detroit," he added, but holding the
convention there "might help out."
Milliken, in a statement before his
party's site committee, said a Detroit
convention would prove that neither his
party nor the city is dead.
Morrison said there's nothing to stor
the Democrats and Republicans from
choosing Detroit as a convention city,
since there was a precedent in 1972
when both parties brought their
delegates to Miami Beach.
"The networks would love it," she
said, explaining that one city would
make the job of setting up and movi.g
equipmnt much simpler.
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for me, but you just can't go.' The whole
idea crosses my way of thinking. I can't
live with a situation like that."
One member of the band said many
band members feel stress between
Cavender and Reynolds was a factor
behind the resignation. "You kind of get
the feeling that Cavender and Reynolds
don't get along that well," the band
member said. "Those who have been.
around for a long time sense some
animosity between the two. When they
have the chance to dig at each other,
A strained relationship between
Canham and Cavender was also men-
tioned by band members, but Ca vender
disputed these claims. "Since Canham
has been athletic director, cooperation
has increased between the band and the
athletic department," Cavender said.
"There has been no friction.''
ONE BAND member said, "He's
really happy with Canham from whI
hear, but I don't think that's an im
tant reason for his resigning."
But, another added, "Cavender
team player. He wouldn't have go
to be band director if he hadn't be
When you leave a position, you d
knock the guys who stay."
Said Cavender, "Since 1952, I've b
concerned with the day byc
workings of the band from Augus
January. I've not been home one S
day, and few evenings to speak
That's a long time."
A faculty search committee has bf
set up to choose Cavender's success
Music School Dean Allen Britton sa
"We decided on someone, but then t
person decided to do something tota
different, so we're starting the sea
Reps meet on apartheid
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flicts among the various student and
At the midwestern conference, these
factional disputes almost prevented the
adoption of several resolutions, in-
cluding the one forming a regional
But Kate Rubin, a member of the
Washtenaw County Coalition Against
Apartheid who attended the conferen-
ce, said she doubts any internal
disagreement will block consensus on
the principles of unity.
"I'm confident we'll be able to work
things out and come to terms on certain
goals and tactics," Rubin said.
This morning, the committee- will
assign to various delegates tasks aimed
at achieving the group's many objec-
tives. These jobs include publishing
newsletters announcing regional
programs, selecting representatives to
attend next weekend's North East Con-
ference in New York, and assigning
delegates to plan activities for the
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