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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 17, 1972

Muskie, Jackson, Nixon file
for state presidential primary

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LANSING ({P) Sens. Henry Jack-' Gov. William Milliken said yes-
son of Washington and Edmund terday that a campaign by Wpl-
Muskie of Maine formally entered lace "may not be a healthy thing
the state presidential primary yes- .for this state," because of the
terday, swelling the field of Demo- emotions raised by busing school1
crats to six for the May 16 race, children to achieve integration.
President Nixon's affidavit for Muskie's image as a front-run-
the Republican race also was re- ner for the Democratic presiden-
ceived yesterday, tial nomination was severely dam-
aged in Tuesday's Florida primary
Meanwhile, New York Mayor i hc alc i ado
mn which Wallace hthr n
John Lindsay joined Rep. Wilbur busing and received 42 per cent of
Mills of Arkansas and Sen. Ed- the vote. Muskie finished a poor
ward Kennedy of Massachusetts in fourth with nine per cent of the

moved into Illinois and Wisconsin
for important primary contests
there next Tuesday and April 4.
In Illinois, Muskie is opposed
by former Sen. Eugene McCar-
thy and McGovern.
Candidates on the Wisconsin
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announcing newould not file an
affidavit for the race.
Jackson and ,Muskie will run
against Sens. George McGovern of
South Dakota and Vance Hartke
of Indiana, Rep Shirley Chis-
holm of New York and Gov.
George Wallace of Alabama in the
Democratic presidential primary.I

Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Min-
nesota, who finished second in the
Florida race, was expected to an-
nounce his intention to run in the
state race today as he opens his
state campaign headquarters in
Detroit with an appearance there.
Meanwhile, the other candidates

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will be allowed to participate with
!boys in noncontact varsity sports.
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Foreign Lang.) grad fellowships to be the school board approved partici-
awarded to candidates for M.A. in In
ternat'l Affairs specializing in African pation in sports by female stu-
Studies for 72-73. Must be Amer. cit- dents, paving the way for two girls
izens who will complete undergrad to try out for the Huron H i g h
educ. by Aug., 72 and who intend to
pursue study of African langs. and Af- School tennis team.
rica to the Ph.D. degree. The ruling.formalized an earlier
ROSARY COLLEGE, grad. school of decision to allow the two, Cynthia
library sci. has full or part time study} Morris an Emily Barett to try out
for MS in library science: also special forrtetam y
programs in law, music, medican and for the team.
school librarianship. By the terms of the board's
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV. an- ruling girls may now participate
nounces full and part timeresidence in tennis, swiming, golf, track and
hall staff positions.
COLUMBIA UNIV. intensive one-yr. baseball.
program of reporting, writing, and edit- A bill to reverse a state I a w
ing within framework of print and prohibiting girl's participation in
broadcast media workshops, leading top
M.S. in journalism. these sports is pending in the state
BOSTON UNIVERSITY, M.S. in Com- legislature.
munication Research with Internship Allan Bush, head of the Mich-
Prog. providing practical research exper.
to complement a theoretically oriented iga n High School Athletic Associa-
program in Comm. Res. tion, declined to comment on the
SUMMER JOBS-INTERVIEWS TODAY board's action, saying the associa-
CAMP MA-HI-YA, Mich. Social Work flop has yet to rule on the sub-
Camp. Will interview Fri., Mar. 17,
10 to 5, counselors (for boys) experi- Ject.
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CAMP MAPLEHURST, Mich. coed. bar girls from participation court
Will interview Fri., Mar. 17, 1:30-5:00 action will be taken, according to
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