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Wednesday, October 17, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seve4

Wednesday, October 17, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poae Seven

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WINNERS ANNOUNCED: '
SGC election gets,
record low turnout

U' researchers say

Meat, no spuds at

recession due in '74 second Ozone fete

(Continued from Page 1)
snnnt ati nn Cb nnr.rninhnth thp ir

expectations concerning aon neir
(Continued from Page 1) South Quad Fletcher, David Lam- private finances and the national
vid Faye (CC) Robert Gordon bert in West Quad, and Myra economy. Some of the recent
(CC); co-ops - Barney Kaminski Shugerman from Alice Lloyd-East growths in pessimistic attitudes
(ind.); independent housing - Jeff Quad. Paul Gustitus took the Hill are:'
Block ( d.), James Glickman area seat. g Thirty-six per cent of those
(ind.), Dick Needleman (CC),; Strauss last night defended the
Maureen Muldaur (CC), Mat Hoff- election's honesty, stating, "As far surveyed said they were worse off
man (Screw SGC Party-SSGC); as I can tell, there was no fraud." financially than a year ago, up!
married housing - Deborah Good- from 29 per cent who felt this way,
man (nd.) HE THEN repeated his frustra- in May, and 18 per cent in Septem-
* Divisional: undergrad - Dan- tion with the election process and ber of 1972;
iel Fishman (Students Rights Par- suggested, "Next time we should-
ty - SRP), ~Richard Spilman (SS try paper ballots and not use the1 Fewer people believe that fi-_
GC), Jim Barahal (Dump Orr Par- computer at all. nancial situation will improve with-
ty), David Lambert (CC), Robbie
Gordon (CC) Jeff Schiller (CC);
Rackham - Steve Rytina (in), Isr e i o ce tt c
Professional - Art Walters and efs
Margaret Thomas (both Young So-y
cialist Party) :L-behind Egyptia lines
School-college: Literary col-
lege - Marcia Fishman (SRP),
Bill Armstrong (CC), Jean Neuch- (continued from Page 1) bases.
terlein (CC); Law school - Jim SADAT, ADDRESSING his na- bSYRIA'S ANCIENT CAPITAL'{
Hill (CC) ; Education - Tara Fuji- tional assembly, expressed willing- of Damascus was quiet after aa
moto (SRP); Business - Pat Hel- ness to attend an international U. night of wild celebration touched
ler (SSGC); Engineering - Bob N. Middle East peace conference off by. a speech by President Ha-I
Matthews (CC); Nursing - Clau- if Israel pulled back to pre-19671 fez Al-Assad. For the second suc-
dia Evans (Mad Hatters Tea Par- lines - the nearest the Egyptian cessive day there were no air
ty - MHTP); Natural Resources- leader has ever come to suggesting raids.
Sue Goldman (ind.); Pharmacy- direct talks with Israel. A statement that Israel possesses
Greg Higby (CC); Med School- On the Sinai war front Tuesday and could deliver a type of nuclear
James Bale (ind.) new tank and artillery duels flared weapon was made in Paris by the
BALE, typical of the whole elec- which Israeli experts said could head of the French Institute of Na-
tion, won his seat with a whopping develop into a crucial Suez front tional Defense Studies, Gen. Geor-
eight votes, encounter. ges Buis.
Winners in the University Hous- The Egyptian Middle East News Buis, who has just visited Syria,'
ing Council race were all CC can- Agency reported a violent battle said "the Israelis certainly possess
didates - Kevin Holland from in which Egyptian forces had re- a type of nuclear weapon but whe-
pulsed strong Israeli counterat- ther they will use it is hard to pre-
tacks with massed tanks in the cen- dict". They also had nuclear de-
ter of the front. Israel did not men- livery systems, he said.
tion this, but said its air force
downed 12 enemy planes over Sinai
jbere S and also struck at missile and ra- THE KEY TO KNOWLEDGE
dar installations and military IS THOUGHT
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in the next year. The optimists (27
percent) still outnumber the pes-
simists, (20 per cent), but a year
ago 33 per cent expected it to im-
prove, and only 7 per cent expected
it to get worse;
" In 1972 consumer sentiment
brightened7because people were
aware of improved business condi-
tions, but rapid inflation in 1973'
caused an increase in the belief1
that business conditions are worse{
than a year ago. It grew from 13
per cent in 1972 to 43 per cent in
1973; and

(Continued from Page 1)
ber Steve Cole. Cole asks, how-
ever, that no parade participants
adopt a potato motif, in accord-
ance with the theme.
Cole maintains that the meat
theme was chosen in an effort to
be "relevant," in view of the cur-
rent meat shortage. Float and
costume entrees that have already
been registered for this year's
parade bear such titles as: "a
walking 45," a "Living Shish-ka-
bob," an "Army of Marching
Meatheads," and possibly a Chap-
paquidick bridge float.

wants to be one, according to pa-
rade organizers. They only stipu-
late that would-be kings and
queens dress "appropriately," leav-
ing the meaning of the word open
to interpretation.
Jackson
takes race.
in Atlanta

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* Confidence in the govern-
nment's economic policy has greatly
diminished in recentmonths. At
the end of 1972, 21 per cent said
the government was doing a "good
job," and 19 per cent said "bad
job." Last month the number who
said "poor job" more than doubled,
d.id those who said "good job"
decreased by half.
TOURIST MAGNET
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after Paris and Versailles is the
1,000-year-old abbey of Mont
Saint Michel which is built on an
islet connected to the Norman
coast by a causeway.

As with last year's parade, floats ATLANTA, Ga. 01) - Maynard
will be judged and awarded such Jackson won a bitterly contested
Sprizesassla sack of potatoes and mayoral runoff election against in-
a Genoa salami. cumbent Sam Massell yesterday
.,to become the first black mayor,
A REGISTRATION fee of $3 is of a major southern city in modern
required, however, to enter floats times.
payable to the Ozone Parade, and Jako lceIiemyrfu
should be mailedzto 500 Spring St., eackson, eectedbvicethmayor fou
AnnArbGr.e radehwillassem-since he swamped 10 other candi-
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