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Thursday, September 14 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thu rsday, September 14, 1972 THE MICHiGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, Sept. 15!
8 p.m.-12 p.m.
help us celebrate
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yesterday as the Democratic pre-
sidential nominee campaigned in
tandem with Sen. Edward Ken-
nedy.
McGovern and Kennedy were
thronged in Pittsburgh at a noon-
time rally that was one of the mostI
demonstrative of the campaign.
It took them 15 minutes to fight
through the massive downtown
crowd to their cars after Market
Square speeches.

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turned out to see the candidate or
his helper, McGovern clearly was
the target of his share of the push-
ing crowd forward for handshakes,
prompting him to claim his sag-:
ging campaign has at last turned
the corner.
In Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
today McGovern sought to spread
his professed optimism among par-
ty workers. Both senators spoke to,
some 100 township, borough and
ward Democratic chairmen for Al-
legheny county and asked help for
the Democratic national ticket.

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Since Kennedy began stumping McGovern and Kennedy spentE
with McGovern in Minneapolis on about 15 minutes wading the two
Tuesday night, the crowds h a v e bck 1through dng tts
been large and vocal, reminiscent burgh crowds from the stage to
of those which turned out for past tf
campaigns of Kennedy's s 1 a i n tAsmiling, waving McGovern was'
brothers. sweating heavily and his suit was
But regardless of whether they rumpledin theymost excited mo-
FALL TERM SPECIAL
Mon., Tues., Wed. - Sept. 18, 19, 20

ment of the four-day string of ral-
lies in big, heavily Democratic cit-
ies of the Midwest and Northeast.
In a speech prepared for t h e
Philadelphia rally, the D e m o-
cratic presidential nominee s a i d
national bicentennial planners have
been "working hand in glove with
Nixon re-election campaign." He
added the celebration "is geared
not to the 'spirit of '76' but to poli-
tical gamesmanship - perhaps the
'Spiro of '76.' "
The reference to Vice President
S p i r o Agnew was one of the1
few McGovern has made to the
vice president, once a favorite
Democratic target.1
Meanwhile President Nixon gath-
ered his campaign high command
at his Aspen Lodge in Maryland
last night for dinner and serious
talk about the electioneering ahead.
Invited by Nixon to his rustic
home at Camp David were cam-!
paignechairman Clark MacGregor,
former campaign manager Johnf
Mitchell, White House chief of staff
H. R. Haldeman and former sec-
retary of the Treasury John Con-
nally, head of Democrats for Nix- I
on.

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Couservativ(
enters race f
By MARTIN STERN t
Past multiple-party elections inl
Ann Arbor have offered voters a
choice between two or more liber-
al candidates against only one Re-
publican. This year's race for State e
Representative in the 53rd district s
has broken this tradition by of- t
fering two conservative candidates.a
Republican candidate Mike Ren-?t
ner is faced with opposition on the.
right from University student Alan i
tiarris, the candidate chosen by the b
recently-formed Conservative Par-
ty.p
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Harris, in explaining his candi-
dacy, explained that "Renner is'
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Page Seven
2 House
chairmen
lose seats
WASHINGTON (,P) - Two House
committee chairmen have b e e n
defeated for Democratic, renom-
ination by younger challengers.
The casualities in Tuesday's pri-
maries were Rep. Wayne Aspin-
all of Colorado, chairman of t h e
House Interior Committee, and
Rep. John McMillan of South Caro-
ina, chairman of the District of
Columbia Committee.
The New York Court of Appeals
ordered a new election between
Rep. John Rooney and Allard Lo-
wenstein, a former House member
who lost the June 20 primary by
830 votes.
As an Appropriations subcommit-
ee chairman, Rooney has great
ower over the funding of f o it r
major governmental departments
e candidate
or state rep.
oo liberal as a Republican." He
hopes to pick up votes of Repub-
icans and other conservatives who
are disenchanted with Renner.
In enlarging upon their differ-
rnces, Harris noted that Renner
upported the legalization of abor-
ion, while Harris, does not. Renner
also favors a graduated income
ax: again, Harris does not.
Harris is in favor of school fund-
ng through property taxes, and
believes that Renner's plan f or
state funding of schools would
ut the control of city schools in-
o state hands, which he opposes.
Renner, taking the offensive,
tates that he does not believe him-
elf to be too liberal as a Republi-
an, labeling his views as "middle
f the road."
Renner admits that he is aware
Af Harris' candidacy, but is not
verly concerned about losing Re-
publican votes to him. He claims
hat his Republican support is very
trong, and that Republicans are
going to vote along party lines.
Harris,,a senior at the Univer-
ity, was nominated at the Con-
ervative Party Convention in De-
roit on Aug. 26. He launched his
:ampaign about a week ago, and
as since complained of the lack
f press coverage which his can-
hidacy has received.
Harris is serious about his cam-
caign, and believes his chances
f winning are good.
The other two candidates in the
3rd district race are Democrat
Perry Bullard and Steve Burghart
f the Human Rights Party.
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DAY CALENDAR
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