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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 4, 1970

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SPEAKS TO REPUBLICANS:
Huber urges start of state
conservative political party

Harris not to run for
new term as mayor

Ann Arbor Women's Coalition
MASS MEETING
Lorraine Beebe on
Abortion Reform
Sunday, Dec. 6-2 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Corner N. Division & Lawrence

(Continued from Page 1)
basis where we're strongest-eco-
nomically."
Discussing the recent state elec-
tions, Huber criticized, the legisla-
tulre for substituting a two-thirds
vote which he said was "consti-
tutionally necessary" with a sim-
ple-majority vote on certain issues
such as aid to hon-public schools.
Huber, a Roman Catholic, added
that it was State gubernatorial
candidate Sander Levin's position
in favor of parochiaid and his

While criticizing the large am-
ounts of money spent by candi-
dates for political advertisements,
he rejected the notion of free ac-
cess of political candidate's view-
points to the media.
"If campaigning didn't cost any-
thing it would be like kids at a
ball game, each trying to get his
face on television," Huber said. He
also stated it would give "union
movements a full reign on tele-
vision."
Although he said there are
I many causes leading to what he

religion which cost him the elec-
tion.! foresaw as a vigilante society,
"Levin lost because he was a he said he still retains a conser-
Jew. Don't let people fool you just vative "law and order" stance.
because you didn't see that in the "In the Great Depression, there
newspapers. They think mayber ms
they can fool the people," Huber were many destitute areas just as
said. bad as today but there wasn't the

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amount of crime then than there
is now."
Huber, also known for an in-
vestigation he conducted on "cam-
pus unrest" which was strongly
critical of students and adminis-
trators, said he hoped to "spear-
head" his third party effort with-
in the next month. Whether the
effort would be followed through
would depend, he said, on the re-
sults of questionnaires he is send-
ing throughout the state.
He said his doubts about the
lack of choice in political parties
were dispelled when an assistant
of his spoke recently with 'Sen.
Phillip Hart (D-Mich). Huber
quoted Hart as saying, "When he
(Huber) was defeated, I was auto-
matically elected. I didn't have to
do anything."
Huber said he would have given:
Hart "an entirely different race"
than .did Republican candidate
Lenore Romney.
Huber, who leaves office in Jan-
uary, offered a summary of his
views of the nation's problems,
saying that "Industries are having
a tough time making profits, no

(Continued from Page 1)
toward blacks and black commun-
ity projects.
The Harris administration has
come under considerable attack
as well from the conservative ele-
meht of Ann Arbor.
During the summer and fall of
1969, a group of city residents
sponsored a campaign to recall the
mayor and six Democrats on the
Council.
The group, Concerned Citizens
of Ann Arbor, blasted Harris for
his alleged "interference" with the
Ann Arbor Police Department, his
acceptance of summer rock con-
certs, and his failure to "assure
safety and morality in Ann Ar-
bor."
The recall issue, however, even-
tually died out.
Student leaders have said that
Harris' standing in the student
community began to tarnish in the
summer of 1969 when Harris is-
sued a statement praising the "in-
telligence and restraint" showed
by the Ann Arbor Police f o r c e
during a confrontation between
police and local youths on South
University.
Politically radical students then
criticized' Harris for failing to deal
with the reason for the clash -

investigate methods for the im-
provement of relations between the
police and elements of the com-
munity which have been tradition-
ally hostile to the department.
The Harris administration, with
the aid of the predominantly de-
mocratic city council, also spon-
sored major restructuring of both
the Human Rights Department
and the Housing Commission.
The new housing code, which
became effective last June, was
adopted as an agressive attack on
the growing number of housing
violations and "unconscionable
damage deposits," according to
Harris.
The new Human Rights ordin-
ance adopted nearly a year ago
gives broader powers to the city's
civil rights agency allowing its
personel to moore effectively deal
with citizen's complaints against
discrimination as well as the
sources of such prejudiced treat-
ment.
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Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
General Notices
The School of Music announces audi-
tions for Univeristy Orchestra. Satur-
day, Dec. 5 at the School of Music
on North Campus. Violin auditions will
be held 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon; all other
instruments, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
Contact personnel manager of orches-
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audition time.

trict Field Rep., lib. arts grad with in-
terest in rural and agric. society. Some
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The Super Beetle is.
What's the Super Beetle?
Just about the most advanced economy car
ever built.
For one thing, it has almost twice the trunk
space of the old Volkswagen Beetle.
It gives you a smoother
ride and a shorter
turning radius than
the Beetle, flow-

matter what they tell you. People a proposal to create a mall in the
are being laid off and the economy area.
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