I HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Jnursday, March 1, 19753
Ireland's citizens vote in record numbers'
By AP and Reuter by 52-year-old attorney Liam Cos- paign initially pitched on national apiece with perhaps up to 12 candi- Vote f
DUBLIN - The Irish turned out grave. security and Lynch's record in dates competing for them. Voters tradition
in heavy numbers under a bright Lynch's Fianna Fail party, strug- keeping Northern Ireland's trou- just list the candidates in order favoritey
sun yesterday to decide whether to gling for another term ,reported bles remote from the republic. of preference. off the
keep Jack Lynch as prime minis- good early results from the coun- The complicated proportional At every polling station around graveston
ter for at least another five years. try areas although the Dublin dis- representation system leaves lit- the country special electoral offic- identityo
The large turnout could spell dis- trict looked more doubtful. tle chance of a landslide by one ers were stationed to ensure the Electio
aster for him. .IFianna Fail, or Soldiers of Des- side. The 42 constituencies have poll was not unduly swollen by the late tod
After three weeks of campaign-;tiny, is a party of big business, between three and five seats "cemetery vote." starts th
ing in which household economics farmers and workers which has _-_
land wood d,tvoter ter Irte held power for the past 16 years. ICAO VOTES
lad bloods , te r in te irst p-Lynch will return as prime minis
peared to be high in this first er fhsprywn aoiyi
election since the republic joined the housepart wins a majority in
the European Common Market. I
Wnt he plligbothsclosed In the 1969 election, Lyncht C O n e Tu
at 9. pm., local time, unofficial party won 75 seats, including the Ire o e
estimates put the turnout between no n-voting speaker, against 50 for
70 and 80 per cent of the elector- Cosgrave's middle-road Fine Gael, By AP and Reuter and to report to the council at Tuesday.
ate, possibly the biggest vote in 18 for Labor and one independent. UNITED NATIONS - The As- the earliest date." The se
Irish election history. This time Fine Gael and Labor sembly of the International Civil The assembly also called upon nation b
Most Irish commentators believe fought in coalition. Their concen- Aviation Organization (ICAO) last "all parties involved to cooperate vestigatio
that will be an advantage for the tration on shopping-basket issues night condemned Israel for shoot- unreservedly in the investigation." Israel its
opposition, a national coalition led clearly dented a government cam- ing down a Libyan airliner last Egypt, Yugoslavia and 18 Afri- an impa
opot,-____ week with the loss of 106 lives can or Asian countries demanded probe in;
and ordered an investigation. both condemnation of the Jewish on the a
A resolution to this effect was state and an immediate investiga- east of t
A ri nn . elat . dtd by tha 12 n ifICAOItion in a resolution submitted late occupied
aking is something of a
in Irish politics and a
way of doing it is to read
names on newly-erected
nes and use the corpses''
on a ballot form.
n results should be known
ay or Friday. Counting
The entire Ann Arbor area is talking about what a
great picture this is-you must see it to appreciate it!
H E LD OV ER AGA IN-4th H IT WE EK !
WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY
AWARD NOMINATIONS, including
* BEST PICTURE * BEST ACTRESS-LIV ULLMAN
THURS-FRI at 6:40
SAT, SUN & WED at
1 PM, 3:30, 6 PM, & 8:45
, n rr
ssion Tuesday of the 125-
ody showed that an in-
on was agreeable to all.
self approved, asking for
artial, "calm and sober"
to why its jet pilots fired
airliner over the territory
he Suez Canal that it has
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Y, AS CERTAIN
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he National Observer
SOON: BERGMAN'S "CRIES AND WHISPERS"
protest leaders' ban
aaopiea y ie 1-nation iii
assembly by a vote of 105-1, with I
Only Israel voted no and the
other two nations were absent.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) -
Thousands of students today held
protest meetings on the campuses
of all South Africa's English-lan-
guage universities against the ban-
ning of eight leaders of the Na-
tional Union of South African Stu-
Restriction orders were issued'
Tuesday to be served on NUSAS
President Paul Pretorius, two vice-
presidents and five others, severe-
ly limiting their 'movements and
activities after an inquiry commis-t
sion recommended that their con-
tinued participation in studentl
politics was "extremely undesir-
The government's action climax-
ed many years of hostility towardj
NUSAS, which came to a head.
last June when police clashed with
protesting students at all English-]
The move appeared to be timed:
to coincide with the beginning ofl
the universities' academic year.
The heads of the English-lan-
guage universities issued state-
ments condemning t " e action'
against the NUSAS leaders.7
About 2,000 Witwatemsrand stu-
U. S. Representative Betty Dil-
dents gathered in front of the lon, who finally voted for the
great hall and unanimously passed draft, had proposed softening the
a motion that "in the event of language of the condemnation, but
the removal of the fundamental she later withdrew the amendment
and lawful right of NUSAS to meet at the request of delegates of Bri-
together to discuss and decide on tain, Australia and Belgium, in or-
issues, and to take what, prior to der to avoid controversy.
the removal, was lawful action in As adopted, the resolution re-
terms of the decision in the serv- tamed the original wording "con-
ice of 'both students and society, demning the Israeli action which
we shall ignore such removal and resulted in the loss of 106 inno-
take the consequences of such a cent lives."
It then directed the organiza-
This was the same motion that tion's 30-nation council to instruct
was passed at a NUSAS congress ICAO Secretary-General Assad Ko-
last December and which the taite "to institute an investigation
prime minister, John 'Vorster, in order to undertake fact findings
quoted in Parliament from the
commission's report as one of the
factrs hichledto he bnnigs. The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
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