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Friday, May 10, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Liberal reeks nomination - ,

(Continued from Page 10)
regard it as an enemy."
MEANWHILE, Larrowe h a s
bad words for his Democratic
primary opponent M. Robert
Carr, whom, he contends, fits
perfectly the image of the tra-
ditional smooth-talking but is-
sue evading professional politi-
cian that Larrowe so vehament-
ly criticizes.
Carr is a 30-year-old lawyer
with a practice in East Lan-
sing, who has served in poli-
tics previously as a Congres-
sional aide to Sen. Gaylord Nel-
son of Wisconsin.
Larrowe contends Carr evades
issues and says he "comes
across to me as the typical pro-
fessional politician that infests
Washington."
Larrowe continues, "Carr
looks exactly like Mark Spitz,"
and advises, "I basically dis-
trust mod-looking, young types."
BUT CARR maintains t h a t
he has made his positions on
the issues clear in the m o r e
than 204 speeches he has made
since announcing his candidacy.
And Carr counters, "It is in-
teresting that Larrowe fails to
mention any specifics," in what
he terms "a very hollow
charge."
THE SIXTH District encom-
passes most of Jackson, Ing-
ham and Livingston Counties,
and part of Washtenaw Coun-
ty (but not Ann Arbor), and
could be described as consider-
ably to the right of the liberal

politics of Larrowe.
The two major liberal centers
in the district, Lansing and
Jackson, are more than balanc-
ed out by the extensive con-
servative countryside elsewhere.
And to complicate matters for
Larrowe even further, a liberal
Republican in the district, Wil-
liam Ballenger, stands a good
chance of winning in his party's
primary. If this occurs it is ex-
pected by many observers to
deny Larrowe some support
among moderate Democrats
while not limiting Republican
chances.
ANOTHER factor that compli-
cates the race for Larrowe is
that disturbingly large propor-
tions of Sixth District voters
seem to ;oubt the seriousness of
his intentions.
Possibly responsible for these
suspicions is the fact that Lar-
rowe, besides his political ac-
tivities, has been a campus per-
sonality of sorts around MSU
over the years, and has been in-
volved in several publicity at-
tracting events as an aside to
his teaching career. One exam-
ple of such an event would be
a widely publicized paddle-ball
match he had with the univer-
sity's executive vice president,
Jack Breslin, in 1972, which was
played up in the media in a fa-
shion similar to the Muhammed
Ali - Joe Frazier boxing match-
es.

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