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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 5, 1977

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, April 5, 1977

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[EL, Hanover, Germ any a (Continued from Page 1) you get," was his comment last
and Hemeryck ran aggressive night.
oetry in movement- door-to-door campaigns. How- Wilcox said he felt his cam-
ever, Trowbridge outspent his paign had accomplished some-
, Chopin, Honegger, Christopher challenger with a highly visible thing despite his loss. "We did
media advertiisng effort that get the Democrats -to talk about
Nash and Others many observers feel could have some of the issues we were talk-
tipped the election. ing about. Latta has started
pril 6--Trueblood Theater "I gave it my best shot, but talking about some of the things
a low voter turnout in a couple I had in my leaflet," he said.
2) Liberty Music Shop and at the door of key places hurt." Hemeryck
commented last night. "They LONG-TIME Democratic acti-
phical Student Association of the U of M haven't seen the last of me," he vist Leslie Morris captured the
added. Council seat in the student-dom-
n ................: In the First Ward, Democrat inated Second Ward, pulling 1,-
Ken Latta beat Republican Val 764 votes to 523 for Republican
IJaskiewicz 2,166 to 1 287, with Alan Reiner and 82 for Libertar-
Socialist Human Rights Party ian James Greenshields.
(SHRP) candidate Bill Wilcox Turnout in the district was
N coming in with a distant 258 significantly down from previous
1Qvotes, city elections. "There's a lot
.~IV S NUrn-less student interest in politics.
G D IV S I.O N"I'M FEELING pretty good. ' think it's going to hurt the
I'm feeling wonderful," stated city," remarked Morris. "The
KLE'Y HAL L Latta, from his bed at the Uni- first thing I'm going to do is to
versity hospital. He underwent sit down with some of my sup-
an emergency appendectomy porters and see what they want
AFF APPLICATIONS operation Sunday. me to introduce on Council
Jaskiewicz resoonded to his first," she added.
defeat with bitterness: "You "We fought a good fight to the
work your ass off and what do end," Reiner declared last
night. "At least we didn't re-
sort to nasty pictures," he said,
Ling March 28, 1977 in
referring to Democratic posters
attacking his position on housing
oady's Office, 1500 S.A.B. na ni oi o uig
Ofiejinspection.
T.P,6 9"I EXPECTED A little more
ent Director and Resident Advisor. I than I got," commented Green-I
i D oRTonight at 7:00 & 9:05 - shields. "As compared to last'
nior status or above for the Resident Ad- '1'E---

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time, the Democrats lost some
votes in the ward. The Libertar-
ians siphoned off some and the
Republicans gained quite a few
more. We'll try again, that's all
we can do."
Third Ward voters gave Re-
publican Louis Senunas a 3,072
to 1,591 vote victory over Demo-
crat Leslie Seeligson, while Li-
bertarian, Barbara McKenna
garnered 172.
In the Fifth Ward, incumbent
Republican Gerald Bell retain-
ed his Council sett by out-poll-
ing Democratic challenger Ju-
dith Hanks 2,605 to 1,897. Liber-
tarian William Minard received
38 votes.
In addition to choosing five
City Council members and a
mayor, Ann Arbor voters pass-
ed one ballot proposal and re-
jected two others.
By a vote of 10,577 to 7,616,
the electorate approved a pro-
posal amending the City Char-
ter to al'olw some public em-
ployees to sit on the Assess-
ment Boardsof Review.
However, voters turned down
a road repair bond issue that
would have put $2.5 million into
street work. The vote was 9,199
for and 10,001 against. They
also rejected a bond issue for
maintenance Work on major
intersections. The totals were
8,568 'yes' and 10,487 'no'.

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Doily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
Newly-elected Council member Ken Latta looks up from his
University Hospital bed last night after learning of his victory
in the city's First Ward. Latta was hospitalized Saturday for
an emergency appendectomy.
It s Wheeler by I;
recount demanded

visors positions. Graduate status preferred for the Resident Directors
positions. However, qualified applicants who have Junior status or
above during the period of employment may be considered for the
Resident Director positions.
QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Must be a registered U. of M. student on the
Ann Arbor Campus in good academic standing during the period of
employment. (2) Must be Junior status or above during the period of
employment. (3) Must have lived in residence halls at University level
for at least one year. (4) Must have a 2.5 grade point average at time
of application. (5) Preference is given to applicants who do not intend
to carry heavy academic schedules and who do not have rigorous
outside commitments. (6) Applicants with children will not be consider-
ed. (7) Proof of these qualifications may be required.
Current staff and other applicants who have an application
on file must come to this office to update their application
form. Staff selection and placement shall be determined in
the following order:
1. Current staff in Markley Hall.
2. Current staff throughout the Residence Hall system.
3. Staff recommended in Markley for 1977-78 academic year.
4.,Other qualified applicants.
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choice votes to be counted in his.
favor. Stephenson challenged
'the close results of that election,.
and Wheeler was forced to en-1
dure weeks of legal wrangling
before he could take office.
"I know I may end up as at
one-vote loser," he told the
crowd last night. "But the
monkey was on my back inI
1975. and it's on their back now.I
I can tell you one thing, though;

people care, too." Wheeler said.
"I don't buy this stuff about the
weather. The weather just isn't
a valid excuse for people not
to participate."
DEMOCRATIC Fourth Ward
Council member Jamie Ken-
worthy had similar feelings.
"I think tlie low student voter
tirnout is a criticism of both
parties and their candidates-
and of the students themselves,"

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I'm sure not-going to ask for a said Kenworthy.
recount," he added. Dr. Edward Pierce, who was
At 2:00 this afternoon, the city defeated last November by Re-
board of canvassers will meet publican Carl Pursell for the
to check the election totals and Second District seat in the U.S.
certify the vote, which then House of Renresentatives, join-
goes to City Council. After that. ed in the Wheeler celebration
it is up to each candidateto re- last night. The Pierce-Pursell
quest the City Clerk's office to battle was also a close one, and
re-read all results. Pierce only last month lost his
last appeal for a recount.

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said Rae Weaver of the board. tions," he told the crowd, "I
of canvassers, "a judge can can say that it's better to be
review the results. If it's still one vote ahead than one vote
a tie. they flip a coin. It's in behind."
the City Charter." BELCHER has said he is not
City Democrats. w h i1 e re- overly concerned about the pres-
lieved over Wheeler's victory, ent official vote tally. There
w e r e uniformly disappointed are a number of disputed votes,
over low voter turnouts. some of them in the written ab-
"I've tried to show the people sentee ballots (which ran heav-
that I really care about this ily for Belcher) that are dis-
city, and I'm very disappoin' d counted by e'ection workers.
that my care didn't make suf- "We'll just wait and see,"
ficient impact to make other Belcher said.
"-"____ -j SHRP candidate Slaughter
said she had never really ex-
I pected to win.
"I was making people look at
what they're expecting out of
public officials." she said. "We
were able to bring up some
issues-maybe not to all voters,
but to some of them."
ti.Shirt Rtlgaa- t~a I~PiplaInteresting facts
211 Soutfmt All ARBOR Mick413Uranium is generally found
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The Federal Reserve System
is divided into 12 districts, each
with a Federal Reserve Bank.
The American electorate was
the largest ever in 1974.

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