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Wednesday, July 17 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, July 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pca9e Nine

Westmoreland loses
GOP primary bid

(Continued from Page 3)
state, but the GOP rejected me.
Nobody likes to lose, but I will
support Dr. Edwards in No-
vember."
The 60-year-old retired gen-
eral carried 40 of the state's 46
counties, but with the light Re-
Tradesmen,
'U' reach
tagreement
(Continued from Pages)
Michigan Employment Rela-
tions Commission, the Univer-
sity has termed the raises "ex-
cessive."
University negotiators James
Thiry and Douglas Geister said
last week that "these proposed
increases are far in excess of
other settlements this year for
skilled maintenance groups.
"The fact finder erroneously
compared rates paid by the Uni-
versity with rates paid in the
construction trade by private
contractors," contended the
University negotiators.-
"The University is not able
to increase skilled maintenance
trade rates by the percentages
recommended without doing
serious injustice to other staff
members," added the negotia-
tors.
However, a Trades Council
spokesman countered that "be-
cause the University has suc-
ceeded in negotiating poor con-
tracts with other groups this
year does not make the same
terms acceptable to the skilled
tradesmen."
The spokesman argued that
"even with the 11 per cent in-
crease recommended by the
state fact finder, the take home
pay of University tradesmen
would still be far below that of
most outside construction work-
ers.

publican turnout and Edwards'
overwhelming vote in Charles-
ton, he never really had a
chance.
With 1,249 of the state's 1,640
precincts reporting, Edwards
had 18,922 votes, or 59 per cen~,
and Westmoreland had 13,197
votes.
"WE ARE shell-shocked. We
are stunned," one of Westmore-
land's campaign aides said ear-
lier in the night. '
In the Democratic primary,
Charles "Pug" Ravenel, a 37-
sear-old investment b a n k e r
from Charleston who has spent
the past decade on Wall Street,
pulled off one of the biggest
insets in this Deep South state
by moving into a runoff for his
narty's gubernatorial nomina-
tion.
Ravenel, given no chance of
victory two months ago, will
face veteran U.S. Rep. Bryan
Dorn in a July 30 runoff.
With 1,150 of the 1,640 pre-
cincts reporting, Ravenel had
64,590 votes, Dorn 61,219. Lt.
Gov. Earle Morris had 50,190.
Four other candidates were far
behind.
TV NO DRY VYE
CHICAGO WP) - Yost -ele-
visioin set requires 400 galons
of water for a single night's
viewing, according water
treatment experts It Ecodyne
Corp.
The water is used a, the elec-
trical power plant to srovide
steam make-ip for the giant
turbines and to cool the steam
after it has exhaussed its en-
ergy potential.
BOWLING
FOOSBAL L
PINBALL
BILLIARDS
SNOOKER
U-M UNION

Lindsay to
star in film
PARIS u/P)-Former New York
Mayor John Lindsay has been
signed by producer Otto Pre-
minger to act in a film about
Arab hijackers being filmed on
location in France and Israel,
a production spokesman said
yesterday.
Lindsay, 52, and his wife were
on a brief vacation in Brittany
prior to the filming and were
not immediately reachable. Pre-
minger left early yesterday for
Tel Aviv,
The spokesman said Lindsay
will play a U.S. senator whose
teen-aged daughter is among
five girls on a luxury yacht hi-
jacked by Palestinian terrorists.
Lindsay's role is relatively
short and the spokesman de-
clined to indicate how much he
was being paid for it. "Mr. Pre-
mingerhnever discusses fig-
ures," he said.
The screenplay is based on a
novel entitled "Rosebud," pub-
lished in French last year and
written jointly. by French jour-
nalist Paul Bonnecarrere and
E r n e s t Hemingway's grand-
daughter, Joan. "Rosebud" is
the name of the hijacked yacht.

Cypriot president
heads for U. N.
a (Continued from Page 3) station and other points in,
Cyprus crisis. It did not spell in the fiercest fighting, th
out what it would regard as a report said.
foreign intervention. Troops w i t h machine
manned road blocks and
A POOLED news dispatch points. U.N. soldiers and
from Nicosia said Cyprus navy foreign diplomats and ji
gunboats and army tanks had ists were permitted to
taken Makarois' stronghold of . through.
Paphos. Makarios made three
broadcasts from Paphos over a DAILY CLASS I FIE
clandestine radio before leaving
the island. BRING RESULT
Paphos, about 60 miles south-
west of Nicosia, was held by
hundreds of armed civilians and
pro-Markarios police, who were
reported armed only with ma-
chine guns and light weapons.
Even priests had been seen car-
rying guns, the report said.
Gunfire was reported yescer-
day in Nicosia, where tanks
ringed the fire-gutted presiden-
tial palace. Sectors of the capi-
tal were littered with war de-
bris. A few private cars lurched
in gutters, their windshields
shattered by bullets. Soviet-
made T34 tanks of the National
Guard blocked r o a d junctions
and surrounded the central post $2.50
office, Nicosia Airport, the radio

volved
e pool
guns
check-
a few
ournal-
drive
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University of Michigan Gamelan Ensemble
PRESENTS
A Concert of Javanese
Music and Dance
SCHOOL OF MUSIC JULY 20
Poolside 7:00 p.m.
-Admission Free-
In case of rain the concert will be held the 21st, rain
(Recital Holf) or shine (Psalside).
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MARKOVITZ

SUN JULY 14
7 PM s7 (pavilon),15(lawn)
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RESCHEDULED!
SANTANA
Saturday-7 p.m.
August 10
$7 (Pavilion), $5 (Lawn)
All Tickets and Vouchers held from
July 14 will be honored
For refund information call (313) 647-7790

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