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Page 2-Tuesday, October 30, 1979-The Michigan Daily
RGpresident predicts low turnou for elections
uof "disiniterest" amiong Rackham declared candidates. Milbrath said there declared or write-in candidate are not beasiisv aton eeoedAhktaREecsaidve eC suncm
By CHARLES THOMSON students toward their student gover- may be write-in campaigns for student elected will probably remain empty. within the organization. For RSG, he a hseeto ob obeta
When the polls open this morning for nment. representatives from Rackham's social MILBRATII SAID voter apathy is not said it was "a question of the original thievi lotingobecausleofhinr
the fall Rackham Student Government "People don't see an organization science division and for a vice- limited to Rackham, and is prevalent in impt ' beig lst"ruseahadfl o ubaliH easeaatyis n
tu en ot utahnflo ulct.(RSG) elections, there probably won't like RSG as answering to their in- presidential candidate, other student governments. "These students are working to maintain the eason why orHtdents have
be a long line of gradaute students terests," Milbrath said. "There i r i o iimmnsmt udentfgovernentsrgnization Msbrthstted.tre ythrmofrT~e~

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waiting to exercise their rignt to vote.
In fact, 'if the prediction of the RSG
president comes true, it's doubtful
there will be any lines at the polls
during, the entire two days of the elec-
tion. The reason, explained RSG
president Bob Milbrath, is that most
Rackham students simply won't vote.
MILBRATH SAID the turnout will be
low ;since only two students have
declared for th nine available seats
and because there is a general attitude
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Leeiing that Lfle political processes as
such don't seem to be very
useful-either that or people are
basically completely content."
Milbrath attributed the disinterest in
elections to two factors. First, he said,
the departments within Rackham may
be answering all of the University-
related concerns that graduate studen-
ts have. Second, Milbrath explained,
"there is some degree of anarchist
feelings (which) exist whereby people
just don't have much confidence in
political processes."
BARBARA BAKER from the School
of Education and Patricia Carthensen
from the Physical Sciences and
Engineering School are the two
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Tuesday, October 30, 1979
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votes required for a write-in to be elec-
ted to the Executive Council. Last win-
ter, four students who each received
one write-in vote were elected to two
council seats, In the last election, 144 of
more than 7,000 enrolled in Rackham
voted. Carol Yorkievitz, who was direc-
tor of that election, characterized the
turnout as "typical."
KMilbrath said the seats to which a

eiuier were)iormea or g t nw KIIIU
of impetus in the late sixties. It was the
idea of student democracy ,... and it
seemed like a kind of infinite thing at
the time. But now, of course, the range
of action of these student organizations
is very limited. It's not the same as the
way it was conceived back then. The
initial enthusiasm died away."
Milbrath said the Michigan Student
Assembly, (MSA) has lost power

NEAL GORDON, a RSG Executive
Council member, said he expects about
200 students to vote in the election.
"I think we're just another example
of other kinds of elections such as MSA
and ones in the country," he said. "It's
very frustrating. There's just not a lot
of concern and I'm not sure it's going to
change."

Three released in $2,000 city C0(

"Gradaute studies are very time con-
suming," he said. (Many students)
don't have time to give" to their studenzt
government.
Earlier this year, Milbrath had af -
nounced that her would resign with the
fall elections. Since no one filed; to
replace him in these elections, Milbriith
withdrew his resignation at last weeks
executive council meeting.
A witness said the arrests were maUe
without incident.
police would not cite an exact figire
on the cocaine's value, stating that thie
powder is being examined for purty.
Once that analysis is completed, the
three will be arraigned.

BY TIMOTHY YAGLE
Three college-aged males were
released yesterday pending arraign-
ment following their arrest in Ann Ar-
bor early Friday morning for selling
three-quarters of an ounce of cocaine to
an undercover narcotics agent, police
said.
The three were apprehended by
police while selling the cocaine -
whose street value police estimated at

more than $2,000 - at 1512 Geddes Rd.
All three were charged with "con-
spiracy to deliver cocaine," according
to a Wayne County Sheriff Department
spokesman.
TEN UNDERCOVER agents had
been observing cocaine deals involving

the three. males in Dearborn. The
arrested them in Ann Arbor shortly af-
ter. midnight Friday morning. The
spokesman said the three males, aged
18, 20, 21 may be part of an extensive
cocaine -selling ring, but would not
elaborate.

Kennedy forms campaign cotm

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Edward
Kennedy will formally announce on
Nov. 7 in Buston's Faneuil Hall that he
is challenging President Carter for the
1980 Democratic nomination.
From the standpoint of federal elec-
tion laws, Kennedy became a presiden-
tial candidate yesterday when his
brother-in-law, Stephen Smith, announ-
ced formation of a Kennedy for
President Committee. Smith also
revealed the date and place Kennedy
would declare his candidacy.
SMITH, WHO HAS played key roles
in the presidential campaigns of all
three Kennedy brothers, told a news
conference that the Masschuseptts

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senator feels there are "fundamental on Dec. 4. With Kennedy leading Carter
differences" between himself and in many public opinion polls, their bat-
President Carter. Kennedy himself was tde for the nomination promises to be
not present at the gathering, one of the toughest fights an incumbent
"He feels the-real drift in this country president ever has faced for his party's
and a sense of lack of direction," said endorsement.0
Smith. "I think he's concerned about Carter campaign officials have said
that and I think it's one of the reasons repeatedly that the president will battle
he's going forward." for every delegate 'to the Democratic
Asked whether Kennedy would enter National Convention in New York next
all 35 presidential primaries, Smith August that will choose the 1980
replied, "We're going to contest for all Democratic presidential nominee.'"
the delegates in all areas of the coun- In preliminary skirmishes, Carter
try." has made skillful use of the power of the
PRESIDENT CARTER plans to an-' White House to woo Democratic "of-
nounce his candidace for a second term ficeholders around the country.
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Geology and Mineralogy: Gerald Smith, "Late
Daily Calendar: Genozoic Lakes and Fishes on the Snake River
WUOM: NASCO: "The Role of PIRG's in Society," Plain," 4001 CCL, 4 p.m.
Ralph Nader discusses the role of public interest CICE: Bradley W. Dickinson, Princeton-Uj.,
research groups (PIRG) and their power to force "Structural Properties of Communication Receivers
change. 10:20a.m. for Additive, Correlated Gaussian Noise Channels',"
Physics/Astronomy: F. Wilczek, Princeton-U., 1504 E. Eng., 4 p.m.
"Neutrino Crypto-Masses," 2038 Randall, 4 pm. Bioengineering: Timothy P. White,- "Biochemical
Western European Studies: Henri Krasucki, Dir., Adaptations in Mammalian Skeletal Muscle," }042
International 'Dept. Confederation Generale du E. Eng., 4 p.m.
Travail, "Worker Participation in Decision-Making: Music School: University Symphony OrchestraC,
The Case of Contemporary France," Anderson Rm., Gustav Meier, Conductor, Hill, 8 p.m.

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