THE MICHIGAN DAILY
hursday, March 18, 1976
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FORD, CARTER LEAD FIELD:
Tired of Being a Slave .C. campagn begins
to a Cigarette ?
(Continued from Page 1) Wisconsin. I expect to win the es and is leading for 70 dele- to the convention with enough
Come to Ann Arbor Smoking Sen. Henry Jackson of Wash- first one in North Carolina." gates. Reagan, with 40 per cent votes to win the nomination on
ington.tC In Illinois, delegates are elect- of the popular vote, should have the first ballot.
W ithd rawa I Clinic -Wallace, who ran 20 percent- ed separately from the popular !13 delegates, and 13 seats still! While Shriver's dropout nar-t
age points behind Carter, said voting, so favorite son Senator are uncommitted, rowed the field, California Gov.
Pub Iic M eet Ing Thu rs., Ma rch 18 he was "glad to be second in Adlai Stevenson controls 85 Democrat Shriver, trounced I Edmund Brown Jr. said he in-
Illinois." votes for the Daley machine. again in Illinois, quit the presi- tends to be a national candi-
7:30 p.m. But that showing, coupled Carter has 53 delegates, w i t h dential campaign save for the date, not just a favorite son.
with his loss to Carter in Flor- 48 per cent of the popular vote. May 1 Texas election and the
Rin. 5-Student Hea I th Service ida on March 9, left Wallace There are 18 uncommitted May 18 primary in Maryland, SENATOR Frank C h u r c h
with no evident chance of per- delegates and six pledged to his home state. If he withdrew (D-Idaho), a persistent foe of1
Sponsored by: Michigan Lung forming as anything more than Senator Hubert Humphrey. Wal- in Texas, his supporters would the war in Indochina and the1
Association & Student Health Service a spoiler in the Democratic lace, with 28 per cent of the I lose a chance to go to the na- man who directed the Senate'
race. vote, pulled only three dele- tional convention, probe of intelligence activities,
-- -- - -gates. Illinois Governor Daniel Senate Majority Leader Mike is about to start a bid for the
"I SHALL continue my cam- Walker has four pledges. Mansfield said yesterday t h a t White House with an anti-Wash-
paign," Wallace said in an Carter's victory in Illinois mak- ington campaign.
NBC-TV interview. "The polls PRESIDENT Ford won 59 es him "a very formidable con- He will kick it off 2,400 miles
show me leading in states like per cent of the Republican vot- tender"' for the nomination. from the capital in the tiny 1
town of Idaho City.
SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1976 " HE SAID Carter's victory Church is scheduled to an-i
"really established him up nounce his presidential candi-
SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1976 there . . . He's a man to be dacy today. He acknowledges,I
reckoned with." .however, that his campaign is
p m-However, Mansfield said he a late-starting, high-risk bid for
doubts any candidate will go the Democratic nomination.
"Living A fter the Second Corn- - -.----
ing: The Jewish-Christian En- Y AT--30 HR.O
A IMCAT-30 HR. COURSE-$200
ON CAMPUS COURSES 1
counter at Auschwitz" ' our future depends on a 31' hr. '
exau. Don't leave it to chance!
RA B O LCourses developed by:
RABB JOE POPKO MATARCO PUBLISHING
Test Preparation Specialists for 40
Years and Candrilli and Slawskyy
Director of the Hillel Foundation Rutgers Review Center, Inc. 1
Notaffliaed ithRuter , au
fO~ Canter bury House H R NtahaU eus,
id rd ane bu y ou e7 DAYS 343 VAN HOUTEN AVE.
218 N. DIVISION ST.- (313) 557-3158 PASSAIn ,NJ. 0
315 S. STATE 761-7918 corner of Catherine and Division Cal no for
solution to problem
(continued from Page 1) allievating the problem. But he
rolling soon. "I'm hoping be- contends that his officers can-
fore my term is up (in one year) not compete with the hustlers
that we'll have a solution." he.^a-lse his staff is too out-num-
Massive restructuring of the tiered.
white - owned b 1 o c k is what' "It's hvim.9nly impossible to
Wheeler has in mind. He is con- enforse all the laws because
sidering "totally replacing the there is agreat demand for po-
buildings there and' supporting lice service in the total city,"
black ownership of businesses. the Chief reports.: "The increase
IT IS DOUBTFUL if many of in minpower doesn't really keep
the locals in the predominantly ;p with the rise in population
black area would bicker with and miles we have to cover."
Wheeler's strategy. One woman Putting an end to The Derby
who refused to be identified Bar, where many connections
says, "We used to own a store are made, by not renewing its
down there and people were al- liquor license is also regarded
ways breaking in and stealig eby Washtenaw County Sheriff
everything. I think it's p to th Fred Postill as a means of com-
City Administrator to do some- batting the problem. "One sure
thing. . way to clean some of that up,"
City Administrator Sylvester;the Sheriff states, "is by not
Murray agrees that something ;renewing liquor licenses."
should be done, but he has yet
to move on the issue. "We COUNCILWOMAN Carol Jones
should try to do something (D-Second Ward) also threat-
about the physical street itself. ens The Derby Bar with ex-
The solution is to take away tinction because, "The Derby
what can be physically seen as Bar shouldn't be allowed to
a problem," he says. continue to operate with a li-
Police Chief Walter Krasny quor license while crimes are
blasts the condition of the prop- taking place inside it. Liquor
erty on The Block because, "It's licensing is definitely the only
a hell hole. Physically it's bad. immediate convenient kind of
I'm talking about the buildings: thing that can be done."
themselves." Although many of the Ann St.
KRASNY regards increased regulars depend on The Block's
law enforcement as a way of tolerance for illicit transactions,
________________________they agree with city officials
THE MICHIGAN DAILY that the area should be cleaned
Volume LXXXVI, No. 136 Up.
Thursday, March 18, 1976 Kendell, a self - proclaimed
is edited and managed by students gambler drinking in The Derby,
at the University of Michigan. News when asked what-if anything-
phone 764-0.562. Second class postagebednrsoed y
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109. should be done, responded by
Published d a i 1 y Tuesday through pooping a dime in the juke-box.
Sunday morning during the Univer- Filling the bar was Harold Mel-
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann! vin andthe Blue Notes with
Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscriptionyian th BleNeswh
rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes- "Wake up everybody!!!"
ters); $13 by mail outside Ann Their encouraging words were,
Summer session published Tues- "We have so much to do, let's
day through Saturday morning. unite and help ourselves to
Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann grow . . . The world won't get
Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann much better if we just let it
, I F.1-
PATHS TO SELF-AWARENESS
--a series of lecture-discussions and demonstrations on
YOGA: A synthesis of its various systems
with K. SUNDAR DAS
MARCH 18th at 8:00 p.m.
218 N. DIVISION
Haunting new poems that lay bare
the life we lead, by a poet "of superb,
unforgettable power."-JOYCE CAROL OATES
Edited by Linda Gray Sexton
$3.95 paper, $6.95 cloth. Now at your bookstore
Also available: Live or Die, Love Poems, The Death Notebooks, The
Awful Rowing Toward God, All My Pretty Ones, Transformations, The
Book of Folly, To Bedlam and Part Way Back
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY
Publisher of the American Heritage Dictionary
The experiences that have "carved" your real achievements
are the personal ones. Wear a class ring and remember.
Order on Ring Day and save 5%.
Z-.od a rUh.A
, ,-s W o