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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 14, 1976

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TWV EW and aides insist that the en-
T H E W E E K I N R EV IEW tire process will be completely
above board, so that final
choices will come as a surprise
White House picksj definite maybes, and fat chant- to no one. Some possible ap-
es are being compiled for Car- poirtees could start to emerge
WITH THE SOUND and the ter's consideration by transition tomorrow.
fury of an exhausting elec- aides Hamilton Jordan and Jack
tion campaign behind him, Jim- Watson Jr. The high stakes Mayoral scramble
my Carter emerged from a have touched off rumors ofWINTER'S CHILL hasjust
short vacation this week faced fierce competition between Jor- bTreS CHILL hasjut
k I dan and Watson and other barely set in, but it hasn't
with the staggering task ofmembers' of the Carter staff, prevented this April's mayoral
building a new admnstration. each trying to jockey their race from heating up. WhileI
There were appointments to be recommendations for appoint- formal announcements are still!
consideredv(nearly 200 Cabinet ment into Carter's favor. The forthcoming, it looks like Dem-
and executive posts), volumin- ocratic incumbent Albert Wheel-
ous transition documents to be President-elect reportedly ap-ocaiinubtAletW e-
absotrbedanthe dchenge to bproves of this intramural com- er will run for re-election, with
absorbed, and the challenge ofpttiadthr aesgs Councilman Louis Belcher (R-
becoming fmla with a gov- petition, and there are signs Cucla oi ece R
gemn albuaracthag that it is getting worse. Fifth Ward) his most probable
ernmental bureaucracy that opposition.
makes Georgia's look peanut- Carter aides say top appoint- Wheeler was elected two
sized in comparison. ments will be handled in much years ago in a bitterly con-
The chance for a fat federal the same way that Carter chose tested race against Mayor Jam-
job has sent Democrats across Walter Mondale as his vice- es Stephenson, and has had his
the country - ward heelers and presidential running mate this problems working with the Re-,
governors alike - scrambling summer. Each candidate will publican majority on the City'
to get their names into consid- be summoned to Plains for a Council. Belcher, Mayor pro-
eration. Long rosters of maybes, personal interview with Carter, tem, is apparently waiting only

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Dance and Listen to the original sounds of
Tommy Dorsey Benny Goodman - Glen Miller
Your Musical Host: GUY LUDWIG
FREE BALLROOM DANCING LESSONS begin at 8
taught by WENDY ELLEN SCHACKNOW of Art Worlds
THIS WEEK-JITTERBUG
At 10:30 begins a musical countdown through the 40's,
50's and 60's that includes the early California sound,
Beatles, Motown (et. al.) and finishes with the Disco
Sound of the 70's.
TUESDAY-IS LADIES' NIGHT!
LADIES ADMITTED FREE
611 Church St. 995-5955
(IN THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE CAMPUS ARCADE)

LOOKING
for benedictions from local par-
ty workers before taking the
plunge.
Other local political heavies
have been assessing the future
recently. Two-term Councilwom-
an Carol Jones (D-Second Ward)
has decided not to seek re-elec-
tion this spring due to personal.,
and academic reasons, as well (
as a feeling of frustration with
city government. She was think-
ing seriously about a run for
mayor, but with Wheeler ready
to give it another shot, she
now may try for Perry Bul-
lard's 53rd district Assembly
seat in'1978. Bullard, in turn,
reportedly lusts for Gilbert
Bursley's state senate seat.
Bursley's term is up in 1978
and the word is that he prob-
ably won't run again. Council-
man Ronald Trowbridge (R-W
Fourth Ward) this week alsW
expressed interest in running execution earlier in the week, tot
for the State Senate in 1978. die before the firing squad. s
Gilmore's wish to "die like a
man" rather than serve a life'
sentence for the July 20 killing
pUnIsmen, of a Provo, Utah hotel clerk,
THE NATIONAL disgrace of is just one element in what'
our first execution in almost promises to be an ugly spec-,
a decade was little more than tacle. The state has been in-E
postponed this week. Utah Gov. undated with volunteers to com-!
Calvin' Rampton issued a re- prise the five-man firing squad,1
prieve Thursday, blocking to- which will be selected by the
iorrow's scheduled firing squad warden of the Utah state pri-,
execution of convicted murder- son.
er Gary Gilmore.C.n
The reprieve stands only until Congressiona
Wednesday, when the state's
Board of Pardons convenes to s g s
consider the case. There is ev- I IK E TWO PUNCH - DRUNK"
ery expectationsthat they will! fighters, neither of whom
allow Gilmore, who successfully has enough energy 'left to put
overturned a stay for his own the other away, Ed Pierce and
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Carl Pursell continued their
slugfest for the Second District
Congressional seat this week,
although it has become increas-
ingly likely that Pursell will win
the bout by the slenderest of
decisions.
The 347-vote lead that Pursell
opened up after last week's re-
count of the Washtenaw County
tallies has stood up while can-
vassers in Wayne and Monroe
Counties search for other errors
in tabulation. Pierce got a court
order this week allowing him
to inspect Wayne's official tally
sheets, with an eye towards ask-
ing the U.S. House of Repre-
sentatives for a recount. The
House makes finalrdecisions on
the legitimacy of all Congres-
sional elections. But it looks
more and more like Dr. Ed is
just taking wild, off-target
swings. Chances are that Pur-
sell will b& heading for Wash-
ington, and Pierce back to his
clinic on Summit St.
Continuing saga
of GEO
COVER THE COURSE of two
bargaining sessions last
week, Graduate Employes Or-
ganization (GEO) and Univer-
sity bargainers settled on a
number of key issues, sparking
speculation in both camps that
a contract agreement may be
reached anytime before Thanks-
giving.
The issues of class size, TA
training and graduate stugent
assistant (GSA) input into cur-
riculum were put to rest less
than two weeks after the union
rank and file voted down the
possibility' of a strike.
The heavy-duty areas - af-
firmnative action, nondiscrimina-
tio in hiring and economics -
are on the agenda for next
week. Ceief University Bargain-
er John Forsyth and GEO bar-
gainer Barbara Weinstein both
feel these matters can be dealt
with swiftly.
The Week in Review was
compiled by Daily co-editor-in-
chief Bill Tihrque.

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