The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 4, 1978-Page 9
NAR ROW MARGIN MARKS MAYOR'S R ACE:
Beleher called winner
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ting parking structures in the clown-
town area. The Republican opposed the
two housing ballot proposals which
were passes yesterday, and has often
come to the defense of landlords in
WHE ELE R, 63, has been a professor
omirobioogyat th Universty for
the forefront of the struggle for social
services in the, city and had claimed
pride in his role as an lntermediary
between the city government and the
state and federal governments.
Wheeler has in the past been
criticized for being "too cautious" to
)~ ". "- '~<allow housing~ developments to enter
the city. It was his position that poor
-~ and the old are easily taken by
- i., , :~'developers. Wheeler was in favor of
both housing ballot proposals. In fact, it.
was he who offered the "Truth in Ren-
ting" proposals as a Council resolution
this past summer only to have it turned
down on a straight Republican party
Tenant advocates got what they
wantd fom he oters who, apparen-
f ly approved two initiatives aimed at
improving the plight of city tenants.
E PROPOSAL A, "The Truth in Ren-
tigAt," which prohibits landlords
from including illegal and unenfor-
4ceable clauses in their leases, was
Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN being approved by a 10,070 to 3,301
margin with 60 percent of the vote
tallied. Though Proposal' B, "The Fair
A TIRED AL WHEELER prepares to leave Democratic headquarter s at Bacchus Rental Information Act," didn't fare as
Garden late last night, not knowing whether he had won or lost his second close well as its counterpart, it still met
3,842. Proposal B calls for a new city
tenants' rights booklet.
The apparent tenant victories mark
the first time in city history that
housing-related 'city charter amen-
dments have been approved by voter
initiatives. Tenants' rights activisits
met severe defeat in 1974 and 1975 when
voters soundly defeated rent control
proposals. The charter amendments
can only be repealed by a future voter
Members of the Coalition for Better
Housing (CBH), which sponsored the
proposals, were jubilant at a victory
party last night at Dominick's
"WE'RE SO happy, but it's only
fair," exclaimed CBH member Sally
Greiner. '"It's been quite a struggle and
it's really nice that we got our
CBH leader Tim Kunin said CBH has
nothing planned in terms of future
housing proposals, but said hs
organization "is not presently con-
Aside from prohibiting landlords'
from including illegal and unen-
foreceable clauses in their leases, the
Truth in Renting Act requires them to
give tenants specific information about
their legal rights.
The "Fair Rental Information Act"
requires the city to pay for a tenants'
rights booklet consisting of three sec-
tions: one written by impartial authors
selected by the mayor, one written by
pro-tenant attorneys and one written by
pro-landlord attorneys. AN' city lan-
dlords are required to distribute the
booklet to their tenants.
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The upset of the evening came in the
unpredictable Fourth Ward, where ex-
University football star David Fisher
slipped by Democrat Leroy Cappaert to
votve oneCouncil. Fishera 33-ea-old
engineer and certified public accoun-
tant, edged out his favored opponent by
ascant 5 votes - 322 o Caaerts
vote for me this time does next time,"
Fisher said. "The challenge is on to do
"You'll find out I'm not a big time
politician - .I just want to do
Upon hearing of his apparent loss,
Cappaert said that "fear" instilled in
the voters by Belcher campaigners was
enough to bring 6ut a slight Republican
majority. Cappaert said, the mayoral
campaign could have hurt his race.
"FISHER DIDN'T even campaign,"'
said Cappaert. "With Al Wheeler, I
think there is a hatred on the part of
former Republican Mayor James
Stephenson and others. -
"It wasn't a question of issues, it was
a question of allegiance," said Cap-
paert adding, "I'm not sorry to run in a
race with Al Wheeler. I'm highly sup-
portive of him and we won't stop doing
what we're about."
Outgoing Councilman Jamie Kenwor-
thy, who will be replaced by Fisher,
said Cappaert's Fourth Ward defeat
could hurt the Democrats in the next
few years. With Democrats represen-
ting the First and Second Wards, Ken-
worthy said the "image of the party will
be shaped by the image of that part of
In the student-domina ted Second
Ward, Democrat Earl Greene coasted
to an uncontested victory with 2,006
votes in a race where the popular in-
cumbent literally had no opposition.
The last-minute campaign of
Republican write-in candidate Debra
Smith gathered only three votes and
barely made a dent in Greene's lan-
dslide victory in the ward that encom-
passes most of the Central Campus and
North Campus area.
GR EENE'S ON LY statement upon
hearing his reelection victory count
was, "My main objective is to get out
the vote for Al, not for me. The Second
Ward came through, though, and again
I think it will tell the tale."
Smith, who had challenged Greene at
the last minute in a futile write-in effort
said, "Next time I'll plan ahead and I'll
know to do it in nine mhonths instead of
Having no Republican candidate in
the Second Ward prompted charges by
big in 3 Co
Greene and other Democrats that the
lack of a race was a Republican ploy to
keep the predominantly Democratic
voters at home. That would have helped
the mayoral candidacy of Republican
Louis Belcher, where, in a contest that
had already once been decided by a
sngle ballot, literally every vote coun-
GREENE, 41, is a two-year veteran
of Council. He was the only other in-
cumbent besides Allen up for reelec-
tion. The soft-spoken native Virginian is
a music teacher at Willow Run Elemen-
since 196Heo ins also a Democraticr
precinct captain and an official in the
Michigan Education Association.
As expected, the Third Ward went
traditionally Republican, giving Clif-
ford Sheldon a 1,741-vote majority over
Democratic contender Patrick Mit-
chell, before the absentee votes were
At midnight, Sheldon had 3,746 votes
to Cappaert's 2,005.
The student-shy Third Ward has
never elected a Democrat.
That contest had been plagued by a
lack of issues,' since both winner
Sheldon and loser Mitchell conceded
said they say eye to eye on everything
from road conditions to housing
Sheldon holds an MBA from the
University, and has been president of
the Ann Arbor Jaycees and a division
chairman for United Fund.
Republican James Cmejrek captured
Lou Belcher's former Council seat as
representative of the city's Fifth Ward
by a margin of 3,640 to 2,240 .over
Democrat Joel Goldberg.
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