THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, April 9, 1975
PQge TWL IKE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, April 9, 1975
(Continued from Page 1)
crats, and HRP Councilwoman
Kathy Kozachenko would pos-
sess the crucial swing vote.
In the council races, the re-
suits projected from Monday's
incomplete returns remained
ALSO WORTH 1,000 WORDS
NEW YORK (A) - A Swedish
firm has come up with a clever
way to give business letters
more zing: photos on the letter-
heads depicting the mood of the
The idea was reported in a
recent issue of Modern Photog-
Personalized business cai ds
with the bearer's photo have
been around for some time, but
the Swedes took the idea one
step further by showing pictures
of the writer on the letterhead.
Nor is it any old portrait. There
are four alternative versions,
ranging from a happy face to
looks of earnest concentration,
slight irritation and downright
fury-for letters telling the re-
cipient where to get off.
intact. Incumbent Carol Jonesf
(D - Second Ward), with 2,083
votes, coasted into an easy vic-
tory. She defeated her HRP
opponent Frank Shoichet by a
2-1 margin, and her Republican
opponent by a 4-1 margin.
Democrat Liz Taylor, a for-
mer County Commissioner, also
won an easy victory in the First
Ward. Fending off challenges
from HRP hopeful David Good-
man and Republican Karen
Graf, she garnered 2,403 votes
-about 1000 more than both her
The pivotal Fourth Ward was
captured by Republican Ron
Trowbridge who won a sur-
prisingly easy victory over
Democrat Bill Bronson. Trow-
bridge, who attributed his tri-
umph to his "low-key, polite
campaign" received 3,254 votes
to Bronson's 2,791. HRP candi-
date Judy Gibson garnered 583,
IN THE Third and Fifth Wards,
traditional Republican strong-
holds, incumbent Robert Henry
and Gerald Bell easily outdis-
tanced their Democratic
The three ballot proposal
tumbled to overwhelming
feats. Rent control, the only
sue which had added spic
an otherwise dull spring c
paign, garnered only 8,398 "y
votes to 15,310 "no."
The Day Care proposal, w
would have allocated 1.7
cent of city funds to non-pr
child care centers, also suf
ed a resoundingdefeat.wi
ballot issue, which was wi
criticized for not specifying
actly what type of city r
nues were to be allocated,
ceived 14,973 "no" votes,
only 8,383 "yes" votes.
THE DOOR-to-door regis
tion ballot issue was also
and member Board of Canvassers thing,"
will certify the results either ring to
s all tomorrow or Friday. prefere
de- Normally, the results are picking
y is- certified within one or two days ing rig
e to of the election but the problem Each
am- resulting from the paper ballots three
yes" and preferential system have from e
caused delays. few ba
hich ed thu:
hich ISTEPHENSON, who was un- will be
profit available for comment yester- is used
ffer- day, is still fairly confident of on a
This victory, according to Republican would
dely sources. vote.P
ex- "If we hadn't had preferen- marke
eve- tial voting, we would have lenged.
re- been drinking champagne two
and hours ago," he had declared at "TH
Republican headquarters late this pr
Monday night. "Things look
stra- favorable though." remark
de- Rae Weaver, Stephenson's At this
Regents knew of
dorm crisis in June
she commented refer-
o the large number of
ential votes Wheeler was
up. "We're just wait-
ballot is examined by*
election officials, onej
ach party. Although very
llots have been challeng-,
s far, it is possible they
later in court. If an "x"
d rather than a numeral!
preferential ballot, it
entirely discredit that1
Also ballots improperly
d numbers could be chal-I
ERE are deficiencies in
ocess, but we met them,"
ked City Attorney Pear.
point it seems as if eith-
ty might ask for a re-
and it is highy possible
will be a lawsuit. But we
ed this entire thing withl
derstanding that it might
up in court someday, so
Wheeler, who was also un-
available for comment last
night, was reportedly somewhat
Taylor commented last night
that "it looks good for Wheeler,
he's pulling most of those sec-
ond choice votes."
IF EITHER the Democrats or
the Republicans take the entire
election to court, it will be only
after the results have been cer-
tified. In any event, theBoard
of Canvassers will declare a
winner today or tomorrow and
either Stephenson or Wheeler
will serve as interim mayor un-
til a judicial decision is
Although city officials were
virtually certain that a winner
would be declared today, more
problems could surface, fur-
ther delaying the decision.
To help speed up the tabula-
tion process, the city employed
a private efficiency expert
from Detroit to direct the elec-
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versity to fund the construction
Feldkamp claimed he also of a low-cost apartment complex
discussed additional building in North Campus: The building
plans with the Regents last' lans were postponed in 1972,
June. But yesterday refused to b-t the money remains avail-
commit the University to addi- able upon University request.
tional housing for returning stu- HUD, h o w e v e r, stipulated
dents, declaring, "University building plans must be submit-
housing is designed for new stu- ted to their office by June 30
dents. Don't expect the 'U to or the monies will be given
house you for four years." back to the federal government.
Feldkamp also pointed out In order to prevent another
that some $5.7 million in federal excess demand for dorm spaces
funds, intended for constructing in the fall of '76 Feldkamp as-
student housing, are stillr inre- serted, "We're looking now at
serve. nutting in some sort of deposit
system in the spring which
HOWEVER, when asked ,f the would require a firmer commit-
funds would be used to build ment from students."
dorms Feldkamp admitted, "I'm However, Feldkamp is skep-
still not certain that alternative tical of the system's reception,
is nossible." claiming, "You should D-ave
The office of Housing and heard all the yelling and
Urban Development (HUD) al- srreaming when some student
located the monies to the Uni- had to forfeit his deposit."
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cisively defeated, but by a less secretary, waited patiently as
overwhelming margin. It re- election workers tabulatedk
ceived the most "yes" votes - votes in the city armory last
9249 - and the least "no" night.
votes - 13,382.
These vote totals are com- "I DON'T think we've gone
plete, but as yet unofficial. City through enough ballots yet to
officials expect that the 4- really be able to predict any-.
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Wednesday, Apill 9
WUOM: Jean Houston, dir., Foun-
dation of Mind Research & co-au-
thor, The Varieties of Phychedelic
Experience, Mind Games, & Psychic
Exploration, on "New Ways of Be-
ing: Consciousness & Its Transfor-
mation," 9:30 am; 11 pm.
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.:
Original musical adaptation, Aristo-
phanes' The Birds, Pendleton Rm.,
Computing Ctr.: "Advanced Usej
of Magnetic Tapes in MTS,"Lec.
Rm. 1, MLB, 3-5 pm.
Botany: Warren Stoutamire, U. of
Akron. OH, "Pollination Systems in
Terrestrial Australian Orchids," Bo-
tanical Gardens, 4 pm.
Near Eastern Studies; MARC:
Geo. Makdisi, U. of Penn., "Some
Aspects of Medieval Education in
Islanm and the West," 200 Lane
Hall, 4 pm.
Physics: W. M. Hartmann, MSU,
"Vibrations of Disordered One- Di-
mensional Systems," P&A Colloq.
Rm., 4 pm.
Thomas Cooley Lecture: Sympo-
slum, "Biology, Ethics and Law:
SANDALS WHILE THEY
Chee fro djitinrtiv
Can They Help Each other?" 100
Hutchins Hall, 4:15 pm.
Eva Jesseye Series: Kwasi Aunum,
lecturer, African society and music,
Cady Music Rm., Stearns Bldg., 7:30
Lacrosse: UM vs Ohio State, Tar-
tan Turf Field, 8 pm.
Elec. Comp. Eng.: Daniel G.
Lewes. "The at'i Power Survey,"
170 P&A Bldg., 8 pm.
Musical Society: Preservation Hall
Jazz Band, Power, 8 pm.
Music School: Varsity Band, Hill
Aud., 8 pm degree recital - Linda
Richter, cello, Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Undergraduate Honors Convoca-
tion: Annual convocation recogniz-
ing undergrad honor students, 10:30
am, Fri., April 11, Hill Aud. Presi-
dent Fleming will address convoca-
tion on "What Kind of Educational
Policy Do We want?" All undergrad
classes except clinics & grad semi-
nars will be dismissed, 9:45 am-
noon for convocation; seniors may
be excused from clinics & seminars.
Honor student will not wear caps
& gowns auditorium 'doors open,
10 am. The public is invited!
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incl. route salesmen, working estab-
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Rapids, Toledo; excellent oppor-
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Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh
Air Society: interview Fri., Apr. 11
1-5; openings for Unit supvs. (21);
waterfront & kitchen aids.
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