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Page Eight


Saturday, March 31, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 31, 1971



contest close

Sigma Delta Tau


Doily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
Life is all plastic for Harold Baize, '75, and he celebrates that fact
by covering the University's cube with that synthetic material yes-
terday. Baize said that he would cover West Quad, and the three
towers at EMU if he had the funds.

(Continued from Page 1) plete shake-up." racist too." This statement pre- zens."
Both Thomas and Joseph are Thomas thinks police should stop ceded a vigorous attack on Thom- However, HRP c h a r g e s that
aware that the name of the game concentrating their manpower on as' council record by Joseph. Thomas' council votes don't always
in their ward is student turnout. "massage parlors and high school Joseph describes Thomas' cam- add up to his liberal image. He
Thomas sees the 30 per cent bloc riots," but says "p e o p 1 e get paign pledges as "ripoff rhetoric." voted against establishing an open
as a potential s p o i 1 e r margin, scared" if a candidate talks about He says Thomas broke his 1971 file on landlord and rent informa-
knowing that the dorms gave HRP re-arranging police priorities. Jo- campaign promises and that his tion, charging it would cost too
incumbent Jerry DeGrieck his win- seph charges flatly, "Police pri- council record should "fill him much, and against public hearings
ning margin last spring. Joseph orities are screwed, and there is a with shame." on building code enforcement.
believes a good student turnout ridiculous amount of emphasis on Thomas states he is proud to run But, Thomas says he is "not
added to votes from traditional victimless crimes." on his record. He says he is favor- afraid of socialism in general" and
Democrats will give him an excel- Wiarda, a graduate of the Uni- able to rent control, and bases his specifically mentions the socializa-
lent chance. versity's College of Architecture literature on "representing citi- tion of medicine as an objective.
But, Joseph says, he is aware and Design, has run a low-profile -_-_-_----
of a "lot of apathy" amongthe campaign. "I haven't concentrated
quaddies, who feel city hall doesn't'on any one area of the ward," he
get to them, I have a chance. If Wiarda feels garbage collection
not . . .?" is a "vital issue," and follows a
Thomas is also wo r k ing the conservative line in opposing "fis- in 3 rd JIWardl race
quads. Occupants of the dorm din- cal irresponsibility," the concept
ing halls have been surprised sev- of victimless crime, and any type
eral times by a hand-pumping of "radical" rent control that (Continued from Page 1) in the ward-stressing the need
Thomas at the end of the food line. "might make it uncomfortable for of citizen participation in govern- for better child care facilities and
He has also spoken in various dorm landlords to operate in Ann Arbor." ment, she thinks, because many of an expanded role of women in
lounges. Wiarda also. opposes the two them are professional managers politics. But she is still fighting the
Thomas and Joseph talk a very bonding issues, claiming the in- themselves, odds.
similar campaign. Both have come crease in taxes will particularly Henry in fact declares himself "The Third Ward could b won
out naorofhebondin iues hurtsenio citzns. He urges,d how opoednto ctizen control of m an by a liberal under exceptional cr-
de-criminalizing victimless crime, iever, that "something be done" agement policy."iiznadioy cmaniesal"uncommxetsoalDemo-
rent control, and expanding pro- about city streets and sidewalks. boards" ought to have "direct re- rabcumstances, b comments a Demo-
tection of civil rights. As the campaign winds down to ,, cratic observer, but the Packard-
However, they differ in the in- the final week, the front-runners' "pcy mak in y day b Platt issue alone, he adds, "is not
tensity of approach to these issues. rhetoric is becoming increasingly agement" ought to be reserved for gng___b_ enogh.
For example, Thomas wants "ex- acrimonious. Lately, the campaign professionals.
pertise as well as experience" on has degenerated into name-calling. The Republican candidate has
any city rent control commission, According to literature posted vulnerabilities however. C h i e
and indicates landlord as well as around West Quad, Thomas is Ia teshsetar. nChe
tenant interests should be repre- sexist" in his opposition to the Packard-Platt shopping center de-
sented Women's Community Clinic. How- PackardPlatthoppingcenterdew - - - -

5-8 p.m.


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to council * 1st ward o Democrat



V 0ting
ma dness
(Continued from Page 1)}
The ballots all approved manda-
tory funding and also approved a
constitutional reform for Student
Government Council.
Votes for other candidates and
referenda were random, indicating
that there was no desire to -"stuff"
the election boxes for any one
candidate in the election.'
Most of the fraudulent ballots
were in the 11000, 5000, 10,000 14,000,
and 10,000 series of stickers, and
all were cast in the same election
ballot box.
Newbury claims, because of this,
that the person responsible wanted'
the fraud to be discovered.
Newbury said he thinks that, in
view of the precautions taken in
other areas not to have the rra'
fraud obvious or traceable, that the
blatant dumping of all the ballots
into one box was obviously inten
He claims the person's motive
was to upset an SGC election and,
consequently, SGC itself.
"The statistical odds make it,
impossible for this not to be fraud,"
said Newbury.

price law
(Continued from Page 1)
the middle of October.

During my two years on Council I
have seen more and more speech-mak-
ing, more and more power given to
vested interests and less and less con-
ernefor the general welfare of the
I will not allow the real human
needs of the community to be subvert-
ed by 'ideological speech-making and
inflexible approaches to governing the
Paid for by the Committee
to Re-elect Norris Thomas

Most retail stores within the cityt

limiis will ue iurt.ed tu comipiy .
with the ordinance. However, the J o s e p h feels thatt
ordinance exempts any store oper- designated "blue-ribbon
ated as the merchant's sole place mission" is a "sham,"
of business doesn't represent all

the council-

interests in the city.
"The concept of unit pricing care- Thomas would like the Human
not be effective on a local scale," Rights Department to "get in line"
Yinger added, although he admit- with other departments, and would

ted not being familiar with the city
"Unit pricing, while preferable
on the state level, can work on the
local level," countered Wax. He
called the city ordinance "very
sound and viable."
After several public hearings,
council approved the measure with-
out debate in a special session. The
republican council members cast
the only dissenting votes.

like to see more women in high-
level jobs. Joseph feels the De-
partment has permitted an "in-
credible amount of discrimination"
to exist, and advocates a "com-
Searc goe
-missing U

.Y ---- 1velopment.
ever, Thomas says his negative A
council vote on clinic funding was Alt ough Henry declares that he
based on his feeling that the money is "opposed to that shopping cer.-
for the clinic would have to come ter," he has so far been unwilling
from the indigent medical aid cate- to support the rezoning ordinance
gory of revenue sharing. HRP which would bar any commerciJ
claims the money can come from development on the property. He
the debt retirement category. says he will support rezoning, how-
At last Thursday's League of ever, if he can be convinced that
Women Voters Candidate Night, such a move is "really legal." Be-
Thomas retaliated by describing a lieving that rezoning would not be
"certain third party" (obviously "fair" to the owner of the prc-
HRP) as "not only sexist, but perty, he would rather modify the
- -- -- -- zoning regulations to permit a
smaller commercial development.
Meanwhile, however, Henry has
s o n fo r fallen victim to the common suspi
cion among those opposed to com-
mercial development that Republi-
cans care only for businessmen's
profits. Residents Against Packard-
Platt Proposal,, the neighborhood
i citizen group in the vanguard of
'in the abduction. Mileage from the project's opposition, has en-
Ann Arbor to Milwaukee via the dorsed Kaufman despite the pri-
j Upper Peninsula is about 1,000 marily Republican background of
miles. its members.
In an effort to confirm this the- Kaufman supports the Packard-
ory, FBI technicians are now try- Platt rezoning because the pro-
ing to analyze mud samples from posed shopping center is "badly
the underside of Fahr's automo- planned" and "unwanted." She
bile. finds voters "very much inter-
If Davis killed Fahr and aban- ested" in the development issue
doned her body, it could be almost in general and expects to gain
anywhere along that Northern votes because of it.
route. She has also been campaigning
Police in Ann Arbor say they hard through Pittsfield Village,
have made a painstaking searchj Greenbrier Apartments, and the
for Fahr's body but have turned University's Northwood Five-pock-
up nothing. ets of younger, lower income voters

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Education-Sat. Seminar: E. Riordan,
pres., Detroit Federation of Teachers,
"The Role of Teacher Organizations in
Today's Metro Area School Systems,"
Schorling Aud., SEB, 10 am,
Hebrew Dept. Film: "Moshe Vntli-
ator," Trueblood Aud., Frieze, 7, 9 pm.
Musical S o c i e t y: Tchaikovsky's
"Sleeping Beauty," Nat'l Ballet Co.,
Power, 8 pm.
U Players: Arrabal's "The Architect
& the Emperor of Assyria, Arena The-
ater,.Frieze, 8 pm.
Union Gallery: Benefit play, Albee's
"The American Dream," Union Gallery,
8 pm.
Michifish: Water show, "Visions of
Future Passed," Bell Pool, 8:15 pm.
212 SAB
Interview: Register by phone, 763-
4117, or in person: Camp Tamarack,
Fresh Air Society, Detroit. Will inter-
view April 2, 9:30 to 5. Specialists in
arts/crafts, ceramics, modern dance,
drama, waterfront (WSI), kitchen help.
American Red Cross, Iron Mt. Mi.

Opening for water safety i'
Summer Employment -
Award: for students who
completed soph. yr. by th
provides students interestec
tal retardation opportunity
at Plymouth State Home ti
for 8 weeks. Deadline Apr.
Domestic Opening for to
Metamora, Mi. Girls would
3200 SAB
Interviews on campus :
Con-Share, Inc., Ann Ar
computer sales personnel,
Bus. Ad., or Econ. degree. AI
U. S. Air Force: Men fc
navigator, women for admi
will be selected for office:
Apr. 9.
Standard Oil Co. (Ohio)
Training program, bus. or
liberal arts if bus. oriented
Maxwell Air Force Base (
Entry level positions for BA'
as high at G-11, degrees:
tory, CCS, Lib. Sci. Apr.
764-7460 to schedule your ii

(Continued from Page 1)
interview with Fahr's parents, who
-..-'; reported 13,000 miles on the odo-
I meter at the time of a visit home
by Fahr last weekend.
When Fahr's car was recovered
... - r": ; in Shorewood, Wisc., early Wed-
,nstructor.! nesday, after a man believed to .
Scholarship have been Davis fled from a po-
will have liceman and abandoned the ve-
is summer; hicle, the odometer registered ov-
y to work er 14,000 miles.
his summer That means that instead of con-
15. centrating a search for Fahr along
wo girls in the 350 miles of I-94 between Ann
Awork to-
Arbor andMilwaukee, police must
c>;Mrr r look for her along any one of hun-
CEMENT dreds of alternative routes.
The discovery of Canadian small
bor seeking change in Davis' pockets follow-
Mat., CCS, ing his capture here Thursday has
r pilot or made police interested in a pos-
field, all sible Saulte Ste. Marie connection
r training.
for Sales ,
econ pref. Today's Staff:
,Apr. 11,
Air Univ.): News: Angela Balk, BobI
s G5-7, M's
Educ. his- Heenan, Marilyn Riley, Ch
11. Phone:
nterviews. F Editorial Pac e: Martin Ster

Without definite knowledge of
Davis' escape route, the discovery
of Fahr, dead or alive, could be-
cone largely a matter of chance.
That could take months.

Vanressa Glenda
Redgrave .Jackson
$1,25 Friends of Newsreel

Barkin, Laura Berman, Bill
harles Stein

-v- Y.1 ri-

Arts Page: Diane Levick

Enjoyable Jean Brodie

(Continued from Page 3)
one-woman show, Ms. Huesel
received generally good support-
ing performances from the rest
of the cast. Patricia Reilly per-
formed nicely as the school's
headmistress; William J. Cross
made the best of a weak part as
Miss Brodie's artist suitor, and
Leo F. McNamamara was ac-
cordingly bland as her school-
teacher lover. Lynn Macri, Lin-
da Baillif, Jennifer McLogan
and Erica Pelz, as four of Miss
Brodie's charges, were all quite
good; I particularly enjoyed Ms.
Macri, whose character develop-
ed quite convincingly and emerg-
ed- effectively near the end. of
the play.
The Prime of Miss- Jean Bro-
die has little to offer from a

purely dramatic standpoint. It
is nebulous in nature; and never
reaches a n y r e a I dramatic
heights. Still, precisely execut-
ed, it features some good per-
formances and provides an un-
pretentious and enjoyable eve-
ning's entertainment.
Thurs., April 5, 7-9 p.m.
Michigan Union

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Gottlieb, Steve Kagan

Let's talk politics.
We're a group of people who worked in various capacities in the
McGovern campaign. We live in Ann Arbor. We're frankly concerned
that a city which voted 62% for McGovern last fall will be lost by de-
fault to the same Nixon philosophies the city rejected in November.
if you supported George McGovern because of real concern over
what was happening to this country and its people, you should know
some plain facts about the city election April 2nd.
First, you should know that Ann Arbor's mayor has the veto power
over city legislation, it takes eight of the ten council votes to override a
veto. Conservative Republicans control three of the five council seats not
up for re-election this year.
Thus, we could elect progressive candidates in all five of the coun-
cil races and still lose control of the city to a conservative mayor back-
ed by three incumbent Republicans.
There are three candidates running for mayor: Republican Steph-
enson, HRP Kaimowitz, and Democrat Mogdis. Stephenson comes, philo-
sophically and literally, from the same people who brought you Richard
Nixon. If elected, he makes it amply clear that he will dismantle every
people-oriented city program in existence-just as Nixon is gutting fed-
eral programs.
There are two progressive candidates: Mogdis and Kaimowitz.
There are differences in their programs. But these translate, in practical
terms, to differences in technique and style much more than substance.
But there is a very real difference.
For Kaimowitz to win, HRP would have to.DOUBLE its best previous
showing. To accomplish this, HRP would have to find massive support in
parts of the city where they have never received more than a handful
of votes. It's just not going to happen.
But we are not making a lesser-of-two-evils argument.
of skillful service to progressive causes. He has demonstrated political
courage in his stands while a member of the planning commission.
He will be a good mayor from the start, probably the best Ann Arbor
has ever had.
We cannot stand the burden of conservative Republican control of
government from the White House all the way to City Hall. We be-
lieve the responsible course for progressives in this election is solid
support for Franz Mogdis.
Laird Harris-Political Director, Michigan McGovern Campaign
Wally Long-Finance Director, Michgan McGovern Campaign
David Vaughn-Associate Director, Michigan McGovern Primary Campaign
Bill Hollyer-2nd District McGovern Campaign Director
Al Crockett-2nd District Field Staff
Bruce Cameron-2nd District Volunteer Recruiter and Coordinator
Keech LeGrand-2nd District Finance Chairman
Bob Ambrose-2nd District Office Manager
Sharon Wickes-Press Officer, Michigan McGovern Campaign
Peggy Wheeler-Assistant to the Director, Connecticut McGovern
Linda Harris-Field Liasion, Michigan McGovern Campaign
Tim Smith-2nd Distrct, McGovern Prmary Campaign Director
Mike Stillwogon---2nd Dstrict Coordintor, Citizens for McGovern
Betty Kaufman--Ann Arbor Coordinator, Citizens for McGovern
Sand, Milr-Ann Arbor Coordinator, Citizens for McGovern




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