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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesday, March 16, 1976

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY *1 fluesday, March '16, 1~976

LSA STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS
will b helEd on APRIL 6 and 7
To run for president or at-large member you
must fill out a candidacy form at the LSA
Government o f f i c e, Room 4001 Michigan
Union.4
Deadline for applying for candidacy is
FRIDAY, March 19, 1976 at 5:00 p.m.
AUDITO TICE
Actor-Singer-Dancers
Traveling outdoor theatre, 3rd season. Musical
variety type s h o w, sponsored by Oakland
County Parks and Recreation.
SALARY $1 10/WEEK
Show Runs June 1 - September 1
Prepare two songs for audition

PRIMARY UNPREDICTABLE:
Carter, Wa

Ilace

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power politics is past and that
American foreign policy should j
reflect a new awareness of the
world," while treating other na-
tions with "respect and con-
cern."
For his part, Wallace held a
short press conference yester-
day morning in which he told
reporters that his health is
"fine, just fine," and that it
should not be a factor in his
performance here.
BUT, THE Alabama governor
declined to predict how he would
WHYEALK
LEVI S I

do in today's preferential race uing anybody's vice-presidential
against Carter. candidate. I'm out to be the
"It's difficult to gauge votes President."
like that," he stated, "but I'm WALLACE SPOKE from what
confident-I want to remind you some observers here consider a
gentlemen that I'm still a can- new position of strength. The
didate with the second most aggressive c a m p a i g n being
delegates in the United States. waged in Chicago's urban wards
And I'm going to win in Wis- by Sargent Shriver-who is be-
consin, in Michigan, and in ing half-heartedly backed by the
North Carolina, too." powerful Daley machine-can
When questioned about a pos- be expected to draw off a great
sible Humphrey-Wallace ticket, deal of Carter's support, accord-
he laughed and said, "I might ing to the observers.
consider a Wallace - Humphrey "Well, you don't think Shriverj
ticket. I'm not interested in be- is going to pull any votes away
- --from Wallace, do you?" asked
FEtim Davis, Carter's local issues
- 1coordinator. "Hell no, he's going
g j to take them away from us."
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Up to now, he explained, the ently aimed at Arizona Rep.;
Carter effort has relied heavily Morris Udall and Washington
upon blacks and other minori- Sen. Henry Jackson, who are not
ties, but these are exactly the running in Illinois.
groups among whom the former "As for myself, I'm willing to
Peace Corps director is finding enter contests all over the na-
some support. tion to demonstrate that I'll be'
CARTER'S people are un- the president of all the people,"
daunted, however. "Perhaps I'm Carter asserted.
wrong to feel optimistic," Davis popular support will prevail."
added to his less than cheery "In my opinion," he went on,
remark above, "but somehow I "we will not have a deadlocked
just can't see Chicago going for convention, and under these cir-
Wallace. We've got a real, broad-

cumstances (Hubert) Humphrey
will not be in the picture."
All three-Wallace, Carter and
Shriver-are singlemindedly pur-
suing a win in the preferential
'beauty contest" primary here.
Wallace and Carter can hope to
pick up a few delegates for the
July convention; but anything
more seems unlikely in view of
the Daley machine's vast array
of delegates committed to Adlai
Stevenson.

base of support all around the
city and the state."
The smiling Carter made
little reference to either Wallace
or Shriver yesterday, but he did
call attention to "certain of my
more viable opponents who have
deliberately written off vast sec-
tions of the nation as unworthy
of their efforts," a blast appar-

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GEO will ask for
'7 7-78 fee waiv er
(Continued from Page 1) Besides the full tiution waiver,
is $4128 per year. The increase GEO will demand a nine per
would result in a pay hike of cent raise in minimum salary
$454 per year for a half-time rate for 1977-78. This would re-
GSA. sult in a yearly $412 raise over
GEO IS also demanding a 50 1976-77 for half-time GSAs.
per cent cut in next year's tui- Tsang claimed that adoption
tion rate for all GSAs, as well as of the union's wage demands
a maximum tuition fee of $290 would benefit the University's
a term for GSAs with less than affirmative action program.
a quarter - time appointment. "We'd be crazy to ask some-
Health benefits would also be one to come if the pay was less
extended to these GSAs. than their previous employ-
"We're merely asking for liv- ment," he said. "GSA positions
able wages in Ann Arbor," said aren't very attractive if the
! Tsang. wages are less."

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University of Michigan School of Music Presents:
UNIVERSITY
DANCERS
IN POWER
CENTER
8:00 p.m.
March 19 and 20
3:00 p.m.
March 21
Reserved Seats
at $4, $3, 2
featuring: Gay Delanghe's
SEVEN DEADLY SINS
Music by William Albright (Seven Deadly Sins)
Doris Humphrey's
BRANDENBERG CONCERTO
Music by Bach (Brandenberg Concerto No. 4)
Elizabeth Weil Bergmann's
FANTASIE
Music by Vivaldi (Sonata in D Major)
Other Dances by Vera L. Embree
and Guest Artist Montreal Choreographer

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