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Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December\5, 1 ';75

(continued from Page 1) candidate Jon Lauer, accordingI decision for the recount was ax of the recount. "It a
twybctothe beginning and to Willis. rived at by herself. ?interest to the can
§ start oe. THE THREE OTHER winners "IM NOT LOOKING forward had to throw a litt]
- r t INQUESTION are full-year in question were unavailable! to re-doing it, because it took in somewhere."
pe,)gassembly seats won by Sandra for comment last night us 12 hours to do it last time"
Schump, Rick Rosenthal andI Since the half-year seats g& Willis said. It was very late Terfrnu
,Stewart Mandell, and half-year to the two winners receiving in the morning and we were, ticket polcy whichi
rsetwinners Robert Chiaraval- the fewest votes, the recount tired." ed on MSA election
ft i and Blanch Trerice. could also change who, among Aside from the counting er-' week has not been
4(DE So~ MSA uses a preferential vot the elected, will hold the half- I ror, Willis said, "It was a nice, wli xet h
rtigsystem where voters cast year and full-year seats, ac-l clean, fair, smooth running elec-i
Sballots ranking candidates in cording to Willis.. tion." nu oe ob
numerical order. The miscount The election director' said the "Its a new twist," she said er today' or tonorr(
q Ioccurred when officials tallied I-_____ __
144, jvotes for the last few winning
candidates.
of it," said Mandell, who is u e e lcso [A W
14Tf in danger of losing his seat I (otne rmPg )srnwsnta fiet ue iwo
c3 atnight. "I should have 'been (Cniudfo aei inwsota ofieo ur'vewfs
latihcewsn ftrenolngi teUnvr which -he had aspired '"It ement has change
tT " ~ old hrewjb." gigto be a sity in January 1974, Luker wasn't a big coup," he said, electionle now con
rcunt. Someone is not doing searched for extra - curricular siig I antsmtig a ntuett
F thIr Involvementeandeventually be-I planned to do; I really didnt :activist students. 'Yc
C LO H ~ t E O ~v2~ LOE te eataltget- cmehe aircotore Student want to be president I ddnt dents who are atv
(the O CetarSuet tdntGvrnetConiwill probably take it to Organizations, a committee o think it was ossible until riht into MSA and let
}>diciary)," Mandell said. But, (aC)thegou hatree e E time of the elections" each other instead
" SCthlrulht rcdd H TOOK THE office, how-! ministration."
fil HU C H STheaded he must first deter- MSA. ever, because "I'd spent two
mine what kind of mistake was LUKER SOON became as- years trying to put together a LUKER~ BLME
AN N ARBORmaeith voealy sociated with the Student Or- system or group of people who aathy for some of
f/ ' , Trer~aviabewowntels}O seat on the assem- caigmpus politial party. When sdtrative power. I was unwilling cite'gsthe 1,000 st
a} I INTR®D UCE I~~~~~~ set y if I"ovuly found out II lost. eIts- OCtok power in SCG, Luker, to see it go down the drain." '"u",' re'i'ested tei
IN R D CE j envryeoioa orm.5 as Director of Student Organi~.I But internal conflicts also es ntr cod
-VTHE waseenperf etiontentfoge.th ations, aided them with the block MSA's efficiency. Luker-i-
tA ws prfecly ontet t getthetransition. "It didn't take long, said during his term as presi-
W EE LY PE IA L' last seat. I'll be very disap- to find we were i total pid. dent, "I've probably spent an .1/
;}" fo me." "ic then I guesswev all productive things and the rest
3b4Storting: Mon. Dec, 6 tkhru St. Dec. 1 4 Trerice's position is particu- been one." trying to fend off counter-pro-s
)u} e *'larly in doubt because she won Luker's MSA presidency, fol-, ductivity on the part of MSA
¢'it by only one-half a vote over lowing SGCs demise last members."d e -
25 off All Holiday:
z} ~~Pants' I
Crpe.TOPS VELVETS: Blazers40'(
Satins Guhs41kCut ofl
(Continued from
)Cain was to be decil
tit ll {dead.
*} G PON LEARNN
Ey F;,.. iator was to be shut
!7* ".3 Cain said, "This i
- ; asked for. We arerp
KATHERINE HEPBURN in 19011lie veCei's b deo
}CL.OTl o fGOLD Church 5-LTH can pick uip our 11'
-fieLdf as h1OT H TRO JA N W O M EN on01Ci' s e" e
M 'Besides Hepburn, this film's cast includes Vanessa Redgrave, GenevieveTeCncae that of Karen Qurin
NwIthCAPSACDBULIG}!B1odand Irene Papas. On the outskirts ofa ravaged Troy, the widows reea=nldl£o'rn ron lifes
Be looking for Cloth of Gold's New Weekly 4. and daughters of the slave Achoens await their final journey to Greece te"'-s aftr * nnths
~' Sicilsihhs aereahweknw hr1hrsta as slaves to the harsh conquering forces of Agamemnons army. Michael i' tht Qinn" sh'v
r1 oo nnsextensive talents as a director of classical drama enrich ofhram n ivn atd is
p , 1k 46 this film version of the Euripides play. ally ai'e.
TUES' Fords MY DARLNG CLEMENTINE T1F MCTiTE'.N
Pt~if~tlp'S f 6( /I e tl! @" (/ ~fI~ d <tl~ .S d6a , Sunday, ecembe
Q.. - ATOIGTAT OL is edited and mirsnre
_ IN M G I Dpthone 176 4-0562. Second
7.00 & 9:05 Admission $1.25 nad tA rbr,-
0' Pubi'sb~ed d a i y Tue
Sudymorning dunn
4^f sity year at 420 Mnar
JOSEPHrates:, $12caSept. h'
LOS: EY'S 97 ters; $13 by mail
*mr~ryetSumrusessonpu
~. ~ da thrughSaturd
A beautiful English' artistorcratic woman has an affair with her lower Arbor.
Iclass, but handsome neighbor-laborer, and raises the ire of her family.
PR Fi~ C T. A beautifully shot eerie film which joins Julie Christy & Alan Bates in 1 m
d.. electrifying performances as the lovers. The film is also a mystery-see 'I
Iif you can figure it out as Julie Christy sends her go-between on his-
_.STOUCK INGb_ lst message bearing-journey Also: Bruce Bailles' "ALL MY LIFE."
' , . CINEMA I TONIGHT AT ANGELL HALL AUD. "A" 5007059
S U F R7:0&9:00 Admission $1.25
__C1 :070-:1 :0&SUF R zoo

t
adds a little
paign. We
e problem
onI athletic
was includ-
ballots last
tallied yet.
icket refer-
tallied eith-
ow.
..........)e s
Itudent gov-
,d since his
isiders MSA
corral the
u take stu-
e, get them
them fight
of the ad-
1S stuldent
the ineffec-
~oernment,
ldm~ts who
it MSA as-
this term.
in
hter-
ne
PagelI)
ared legally
the respir-
tdown, 'Mr.
is what we.
Aeased with
7n. We' be-
!ad. Now we
yes and .go
iffers from
lan, the 22-
ey woman
s2'inport sys-
in aa coma,
ws evidence
is bhreathing
still clinic-
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