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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, April 6, 1975

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CANDIDATES'
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your
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Survey shows rent
control issue losing
(Continued from Page 1) > poularity among students. 62.4
Non-students in the poll gave per cent favor it, 22.9 consider
49.5 themselves opposed, and 14.7
49.5 per cent to Stephenson, a per cent are uncertain.
surprisingly low 21.1 per cent to
Wheeler, and only 4.2 per cent THE QUESTION is whether
to HRP candidate Carol Ernst. students will vote enough to off-
set the non-student population
NON-STUDENTS also contain- who largely oppose it. While
ed a large block of the unde- 39.6 per cent of the non-students
I cdedvoers25. pr cnt-e-favor the amendment, nearly
oters25.3 per cent-re- half-45.8 per cent-are against
flecting the generally low level it, and about the same propor-
of information about the elec- tion--14.6 per cent-are uncer-
Stephenson is apparently cog- Door-to-door voter registration
nizant of the heavy student an- will also depend on who votes
tipathy towards his candidacy, more-students or non-st'ldents.
and has run a virtually invisible 67.5 per cent of the students in
campaign in the first and sec- ; the poll favored the proposal,
ond wards. Two years ago, when 18.5 per cent oppose the meas-
he was first elected, Stephenson 're and 15.7 per cent labeled
got only 19 per cent of his votes themselves undecided.
from wards one and two. P With 36.1 per cent ofthe non-
er turnouts in those areas wa11Istdents favoring the prop)sal,
clearly h u r t him and aid 43.3 opposing it, and 20.5 per
Wheeler. cent uncertain, the issue is -o
1If the turnout is low eno. 'hclose to call. A large student
in these two wards it's conrceiv vote might pass it,however.
able that Stephenson could p eid heavy showings i wards
a majority on thetfirst b,- iot t' .e, fjlir, and fie 'xuld doom
Iand circumvent the new precfer- i ts ieteohrpooas
ential b al Io t ing altogether.t utlketeohr rps!s
Wheeler's success is obvioull BUT AMID the sound and tie

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MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE COLLEGIUM
FALL 1975 COURSE-OFFERINGS
Because of technical problems, there are several major errors in the MARC listings in the Fall Ad-
vance Classification Time Schedule. The following is a corrected version please read it and register
according to these course numbers, titles, and credits, rather than those printed in the Time Schedule.

preferential voting allows you to
express your full range of pref-
erences. Who is your first pref-
erence?
Maybe you prefer more police,
less social services, and a con-
tinued lack of enforcement of
anti-discrimination laws. In that
case, your choice is clear.
Maybe you prefer band-aid rem-
edies which never reach the roots

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dependent on getting out the
vote in campus areas.
The day care proposn'l. de-
.spite the flak it's caugnt for
alleged sloppiness, enjoys heavy
TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 149
Sunday, April 6, 1975

Div. Crse.
No. No. Title
430 311 The Role of Material Resources in Medieval &
Renaissance Culture
430 343 The History of Music (Music History 345)
430 421 Early and High Middle Ages: Thematic Studies I
'Subtitle-Saints and Saintliness in
the High Middle Ages
430 422 Early and High Middle Ages: Thematic Studies I I
*Subtitle-Courtly Arts of the Middle Ages
430 426 Renaissance Italy: Thematic Studies I1
*Subtitle-The Creation and Creativity
in Renaissance Thought
430 429 Northern Renaissance and Reformation:
Thematic Studies 11.
*Subtitle-Puritanism and Revolution:. .
The Re-making of English Cuture, 1608-88
430 431 Age of the Baroque: Thematic Studies I
*Subtitle-Worlds Without and Worlds Within:
A Colloquium in the Age of the Baroque
430 490 Directed Readings

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of our problems. In that

case,

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biry surrounding the other two
HRP - sponsored referenda, tie
door-to-door voter registration
issue has generated less emo-
tion, a factor in its favor. A
healthy chunk of those non-stu-
dents who opposed rent control
or day care did indicate they
planned on endorsing the voting
registration plan.
The Daily voter survey was
run and written by city editor
Stephen Selbst, with research
from staff reporters Dan Blug-
erian, Lois josimovich, David
Burhenn, Elaine Fletcher, Jay
Levin, Cathy Reutter, Glen Al-
lerhand, Nathalie Walker, Herb
Trix, and Ann Marie Lipinski.

MWF 11 2411 MH Hunt, Knott

your choice is also clear.
But maybe you prefer a radical
feminist blue-collar union ste-

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The Rent Control City Charter
Amendment Proposition on the April 7
Ann Arbor City Election Ballot Is a Well
Conceived, Well Drafted, and Sound
Piece of Municipal. Legislation!!
Contrary to what some ill-informed and/or selfish property-interested peo-
ple may be saying, the Rent Control Proposition received over two years of con-
sidered thought, the input of hundreds of citizens concerned with housing prob-
lems, the best judgement of many lawyers and the study of over fifty pieces of Rent
Control laws now in existence elsewhere in the country.
We conclude that this Rent Control Law is good legislation written soundly

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