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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 7-'1976

Poae Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday,. April 7, 1976"

Udall, Ford take primaries

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forecast, and nowhere near the
landslide he once had hoped
to score.
Udall ran second in the New
York delegate competition, and
said "these are really good re-
suits for us."
PARTIAL RETURNS in New
York, where delegates were
elected in separate contests in
each of the 39 congressional
districts, showed Jackson lead-
ing for 102 of the state's 274
Democratic nominating votes.
That was not the margin the
Washington senator had fore-
cast. Nonetheless, he said the
incomplete returns were close
to the figures he had anticipat-
ed.

I thirds of the precincts tallied.I

ABC AND NBC said their
projections showed Udall the
victor. The Arizona congress-
man said so, too. "I've finish-
ed second and I've finished
first and I like first a lot bet-
ter," he said.
Carter, who had won five out
of six earlier primaries, said
he had thought he might run
first in Wisconsin. He also had
said a Wisconsin win and a
second - place showing in New
York would make him the un-
stoppable leader for nomina-
tion.
Now. the Democratic contest
appears to be a three-man race
again, with Carter, Jackson and
Udall due to square off next
in Pennsylvania on April 27.
SEN. HUBERT Humphrey of
Minnesota could be a benefic-
iary of the Tuesday primary
verdicts. Anything that tends

In Wisconsin, the primary
was a direct, on - the - ballot
test of the presidential candi-
dates, and Udall was running
only one percentage point
ahead of Carter, with two-

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to open the race and divide
delegate support could pro-
vide running room later for the
1968 nominee, who has said he
may become a candidate after
the primaries are over.
Furthermore, at least 48 nor-
mally uncommitted delegate
candidates in New York had'
said they would support Hum-
phrey at the convention. At least
a dozen of them had won con-
vention seats, and the figure is
likely to be higher when all the
votes are counted.
These were Tuesday's num-
bers:
WISCONSINI
Seventy per cent of the pre-
cincts had been counted, and in
the Democratic race it was:
Udall 213,952 or 37 per cent.
Carter 206,960 or 36 per cent.
Alabama Gov. George C. Wal-
lace 70,427 or 12 per cent.
Jackson 38,583 or 7 per cent.
Ellen McCormack, the anti-
abortion candidate, 22,133 or
four per cent.
No preference 7,611 or two per
cent.
Former Sen. Fred Harris of
Oklahoma 6,835 or one per cent.
That far back showing cast
doubt on the ability of Harris
to keep going as a candidate.
The rest of the Democratic
vote was scattered.
Democratic delegates w e r e
awarded in proportion to the
popularvote. Udall led for 26,
Carter for 25, Wallace for 10,
Jackson 6, McCormack one.
On the Republican side, 'also
with 70 per cent of the precincts
tallied:
Ford 255,019 or 55 per cent.
Reagan 201,954 or 44 per cent.
The other one per cent of the
vote went to the no preference
line.
Since Ford led statewide and
in all nine congressional dis-
tricts, he was ahead for all 451
GOP delegates.
NEW YORK
With 82 _per cent of the pre-
cincts counted, Jackson-pledged
delegate candidates led for 102
national convention seats. Udall
for 68, uncommitted entries for
64, Carter for 40.
Republicans gave the lead to
114 uncommitted delegates, with
three Reagan supporters lead-
ing. Only a dozen Reagan dele-
gates ran.I
In Washington, a Ford spokes-i
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person said the President was
pleased with a Wisconsin vic-
tory that exceeded his expecta-
tions. It was Ford's sixth pri-
mary victory, against one Rea-
gan win.
and more on issues and the is-
sues will be sharpened more as
we get into states like Pennsyl-
vania that are highly, industrial-
ized with heavy unemployment,"
Jackson said.

It was typical of the New York Bertoia added that only time
delegate competition that big will tell how members of the
names did best; for example, new Council will get along.:
Daniel Moynihan, the former "Somehow each Council has
United Nations ambassador, won}its own peculiar and particular
as a Jackson supporter, and characteristics. The whole is
Rep. Bella Abzug was selected larger that the sum of its parts.
a Udall delegate. We'll have to wait to find out
Furthermore, most of the un- how well we can work togeth-
committed Republican delegates er," he said.
from New York are considered
likely to wind up for Ford.
Reagan was in Lubbock, Tex., Watch out
campaigning in the territory
where he said he will be strong-
est. As he has in past primary
defeats, the former California
governor claimed he reallyhad Is
a victory. "This, in my view,
constituted a very sizeable vic-
tory for me," he said. "I am Administrators in Cleveland,
extremely pleased. We had not Ohio, in the early days of the
anticipated anything over 30 per automobile ruled it was illegal
cent." to drive while you had someone
On the Democratic side, Jo- on your lap.
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chairman and an old Humphrey
ally, claimed the outcome fa- Jacksonville,Ore.,rwsfound-
vored the Minnesota senator. ed in 1851 as the result of a
"At least 90 per cent of the un- gold rush.
committed delegates elected are
for Humphrey," he said. "There Henry Ford built his first
was no one winner, therefore the workable automobile at Detroit
winner was Sen. Humphrey." in 1896.
Final city election
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WARD 1
Rowry (D)-1,513
Allen (R)-1,630
Owen (SHRP)-308
Autin (SHRP)-73
WARD 2
Greene (D)-1,652
Reynolds (R)-467
Kohn (SHRP)-249
WARD 3
Black (D)-1,468
Bertoia (R)-3,466
Black (D)-1,468
WARD 4
Kenworthy (D)-2,805
Slater (R)-2,371
Elder (SHRP)-137
WARD 5
Belcher (D)-3,012
Hanks (D)-1,993
BALLOT ISSUES

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Yes-13,451
No-8,905
Street millage:
No-12,049
Yes-9,322

Correction

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Tuesday's city election wrap-
up story incorrectly attributed
a quote to unsuccessful First
Ward Democratic council candi-
date Ezra Rowry. It was Dem-
ocratic First Ward Councilwo-
man Liz Keogh who, remarking
on the upset victory of Repub-
lican Wendell Allen said, "The
first chance I get, I'm going
to throw up on him."
The 'same story may, also
haveleft the impressiong that
Second Ward Demicratic Coun-
cilwoman Carol Jones was
drunk when she made similar-
ly denigrating comments about
Allen. Jones insisted to the
Daily. yesterday that she made
the comments in total sobriety.

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Yes--11,024
No-10,169
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