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Wednesday; May 16, 1973


Page Five

Wednesday, May 16, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Five

A poliltilcal
(Continued from Page 3)
which Agnew's Maryland scene
is a dainty minuet.
Other conservative GOP presi-
dential possibles-Gov. Ronald
Reagan of California and Sen.
William Brock of Tennessee-
also cannot ignore the arrival of
Connally. In addition to all of
the above points, Connally has
youth to contrast with the aging'
Reagan and maturity to over-
shadow Brock.
Republican liberals have no
more cause for complacency.
GOV. NELSON Rockefeller of
New York and Sen. Charles
Percy of Illinois are in a par-
allel position to Reagon and
Brock in the youth-age bracket,
and anyone who has seen Con-
nally in action has to give him
the nod for political fluency over
both those GOP liberal potential
All of that being said, Connally
still is a far fetch from getting
the 1976 Republican presidential
'nomination. In the first "place-
and this is an important point to
political regulars - he is a
Johnny-come-lately whose con-
version to the Republican faith
can be pictured as. the only move
open to him after he burned his
Democratic bridges by serving
President Nixon.
Second, while Connally has a
big reputation for political savvy
and persuasiveness, Republicans
are entitled to ask 'What have
you done lately?"-and to meas-
ure his potency against Agnew
and the rest of the field in the
1974 congressional elections.
IF CONNALLY campaigns ex-
tensively for GOP candidates, as
it seems likely he will, you can
be sure the Republicans who will
be choosing the nominee in 1976
will keep a detailed book on his
successes and failures. If his
candidates flop, so may Connally.

Humane Society:
no place like home
(Continued from Page 3) biturate, in their food: they are
when the semester is over. That "put to sleep". Smaller animals
is inhumane." are chloroformed. All the ani-
Maynard says the Humane So- mals are cremated, their ashes
ciety makes every effort to trace deposited in a field behind the
the animals' original owners or - building. Once a year the ashes
to find them new homes. But the are hauled away.
dogs can usually only be kept for "It is like playing God when
10-15 days because of the lack of it comes to putting these animals
available space. down. I don't think anyone could
The amount of time is flexi- evrgtue oi, anr
ble, however. "If we get a beau- ever get sed ntto its Maynar
tiful Irish setter here, it is only or a dog - either w-y, life is
natural to keep that dog longer being destroyed."
than a moth-eaten mongrel,"
Maynard says. There are no city dog pounds
Puppies and kittens are the in Washtensw County because,
easiest to place. It doesn't make the Humane Society has voluntar-
any difference to prospective ilyoted to be caretaker for all
owners if a dog is large or small, stray and unwanted animals.
short-haired or shaggy, "but for "We would rather take care
some reason, no one wants a of them here than see the Ann
black dog." Arbor Police open a pound that
Dogs that cannot be placed are keeps dogs for three days and
fed Sodium Pentobarbitol, a bar- then - boom, boom, boom . .
vote produces
nurmerous surprises

The changing
of the wards
(Continuedtrom Page 1)
The Republicans contend the
present plan is, riddled with er-
Lax has consistently said the
current plan conforms to all legal
MAYOR JAMES Stephenson
claims the resolution allows coun-
cil a voice in the court proceed-
ings but in fact it seeks to cir-
cumvent the legal process en-
Political observers have called
the Republican effort everything
from a "joke" to a "crock of
shit." The tactics, however, are
a not too subtlely veiled political
power play.
If successful, the Republicans
may be able to retain control of
city government despite the will
of the liberal 'majority.

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(Continued from Page 3)
he and two friends once
"bought" their way out of a
stolen goods arrest in Chicago
by paying off several police offi-
He claims to have had no in-
volvement in the stolen goods
operation, but adds that he had
"knowledge" of the ring's activi-
ties and refuses to go into de-
A man of many talents, Gill
recently taught a Sunday school
class at the Grace Memorial
Church of God in Christ in De-
troit. His campus activity has
included formation of the Coun-
cil for Black Concerns, presi-
dency of South Quad's Minority
Council, and appointment by the
Jacobs administration as SGC's
vice president for minority af-

GILL SAYS SRP is planning
a "s t u d e n t government work-
shop" to be held in late August
by representatives of all of the
University's student organiza-
tions. He adds that details of the
workshop are presently "pretty
vag'e" but that "the main idea
is to put SGC back together."
Vice President for S t u d e n t
Services Henry Johnson, an
acquaintance of Gill's, expressed
optimism about the newly elected
SGC chief, but not without quali-
"Lee is a very bright and am-
bitious man," Johnson said in an
interview yesterday. "But the
role of an SGC president is not
always to charge out like a stal-
lion-it is usually a matter of just
getting people to agree on which
is the right stallion."

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