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.Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T ednesday, March 22, 1972-

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Wednesday, March 22, 1972

Turnout larger than
usual in campus vote
(Continued from Page 1) However, he said he was very
Henry Younger, running on the upset at what he called "the dirt-
Integrity ticket for SGC mem- lest election in SGC history."
bers-at-large said that "the vot- Election chairman Schaper,
ing looked pretty good. I think our while unable to predict the num-
party fared well." ber of ballots to be cast, planned
The Student Tenant Union Tic- to have a greater number of poll-
ket's Vice Presidential candidate, ing places available today.
Rick Steinberg, commented that Although impressed with the
his party "launched a massive heavier than average turnout,
campaign last night and today many pollwatchers were discour-
end expects a big turnout" for themagdAsone disowr-
second day of elections. He added aged.Asoedmadpowr-
er was heard to say, "The turnout
that his party was pleased with is really great, but so many of the
yesterday's turnout. kids don't know who the hellto
Independent Presidential can- vote for."
didate Chris Rodgers, who was
out of town during the day, said The campus elections will con-
last night he had "no idea" of tinue today. In addition to SGC
how he was faring, while GROUP candidates, students are faced
candidate Jacobs stated that he with referenda on SGC funding,
felt his party was "doing very Public Interest Group in Michigan
well" and was satisfied with most candidates, and LSA government
of the day's proceedings. hopefuls.
Ward boundary dispute
arises in City Council
(Continued from Page 1) pass the plan, a veto from Harris
in City Hall over partisan reap- is considered inevitable.
portionment plans. Further deadlocks, and event-
The bypassing of this commis- ually arbitration in court seem
tion by the Republicans, however, almost inevitable with the pres-
was not unintentional. ent make-up of the council.
Objecting to its 4-3 Democratic Gains by either side in the April
domination they have boycotted election, or the possible addition
its meetings and refused to recog- of Human Rights Party council
nize it as a legitimate body - members could alter the picture.
terming is - in the words of However, for the present, how-
Stephenson "an alleged citizens ever, neither side is willing to
group." budge.
Republican dissatisfaction with The Republicans voted straight
the commission apparently dates down the line against submitting
from the 1971 city elections in their proposal to the ward boun-
which they gained a majority on dary commission and Stephenson
city council. predicted yesterday that unless
Before the election, the Repub- parity was achieved, Republicans
sicans - at that time the mi- would never cooperate with the
pority party - -had gone along commission's work.
with Democratic Mayor Robert Harris, on the other hand, is
Harris' proposal to place four adamant in retaining the com-
Democrats and three Republicans mission's presentkmake-up.
I don't think a commission
on the commission.
Ilhcan change composition after ev-
In the April election, howeve, ery election," he said.
the Republicans gained a majority While it is impossible to pre-
on council and were no longer dict at this time who will win, a
satisfied with the Democrats' ar- very likely loser is City Clerks
rangement. Harold Saunders
Last fall, council's Republican The clerk faces an August dead-
majority passed a resolution oust- line for redrawing the city's pre-
ing Democrat board member Dr. cincts.
Theodore Beals, thus bringing the If the ward boundaries are not
commission to a 3-3 parity. decided by June, Saunders may
Harris, however, subsequently have to draw precinct lines or
vetoed the resolution, arousing the basis of the present ward
Republican wrath and a court suit configuration. The lengthy and rd
challenging the legality of his act. pensive process would then have
The Republicans lost the suit, pensie ress wu the hawe
and eganboycttin thecom to be repeated in the fall wher
and began boycotting the cor- the new ward boundaries are ap-
missIon,.rvd
Stephenson defends the Repub- proved.
lican refusal to cooperate with the
commission by calling Harris' veto GOD BLESS YOU
"illegal" and charging "it's as The most chronic attack 0:
certain as death and taxes" that sneezing struck June Clark, 17, o:
the proposal(s) of the commis- Miami, Fla., in 1966. She begar
sion will favor the Democrats." sneezing while recovering from E
The entire question will come kidney ailment in the James M
up at a special council session set Jackson Memorial Hospital on Jan
for 4 p.m. tomorrow. 4, and only stopped after electri
Although the Republican ma- aversion treatment on June 8-
jority will no doubt be able to 155 days later.

Muskie wins A & D

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primr 1 race
chance he will quit the race.
"Pull out?" he retorted. "I'm
the only candidate who has won
anything.''"
' Meanwhile, McGovern was in
SWashington,where the Senate was
at work on a constitutional amend-
ment to guarantee equal rights to
women.
Muskie was also asked whether
he has changed and is trying to
project a new image.
"I'm not conscious of being new,
but maybe I'm speaking more
clearly,' 'he said. Muskie said he
now has "struck a responsive
chord" with the voters.
Meanwhile, McGovern's cam-
paign manager said, "We thought
we could win 20 delegates, and I
still think we will."

're-think'
(Continued from Page 1)
the government and the abolish-
ment of the present student-faculty
committee, replacing it with small
student-faculty workshops
Another workshop proposed an
ongoing committee for the rest of
the term which would discuss the
establishment of a student infor-
mation resource center, with a
spacesetrasidecontaining files of
the information.
The proposal said such files
might include budget proposals,
minutes of faculty meetings, and
information on resources outside
the school, such as possible com-
munityprojects and employment
prospects.

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