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Page Eight

THE MCHIGAN DAIL

Poge Eight ~HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Maddox leads

ATLANTA, Ga. (A-Lt. Gov.
Lester Maddox, a segregation-
ist seeking to return to the gov-
ernor's mansion, took an early
I e a d in yesterday's 12-man
Democratic gubernatorial pri-
mary, but appeared destined
for a runoff.
T w o candidates appeared
deadlocked in a race for second
place and a spot on the Sept. 3

runoff ballot if Maddox failed
to get 51 per cent of the vote.
They were Calhoun banker Bert
Lance, 43, and State Rep.
George Busbee, 47, of Albany.
With 247 of Georgia's 2,200
precincts counted, Maddox cap-
tured 30,810 votes, or 39.5 per
cent, while Lance had 16,502 or
21.1 per cent,. and Busbee had
15,147 or 19.4 per cent.

Ford receives list
of VP possies

primary
Other Democratic contenders,
including f o r m e r U.S. Sen.
David Gambrell, trailed in early
returns.
In the five-roan Republican
gubernatorial primary, Macon
Mayor Ronnie Thompson took
the lead with 1,362 votes, or
45.5 per cent, leaving the other
candidates far behind.
Maddox, 58, a former gover-
nor who campaigned briefly for
the Democratic presidential
nomination in 1968, was elected
lieutenant governor in 4970 af-
ter the courts rejected his chal-
lenge to a law prohibiting him
from succeeding himself as
governor.
ANOTHER PASTIME:
BOTTOM SNAPPING
NEW YORK (A) - A new
phenomenon: bottom snapping
. . It is a manufacturing pro-
cess? Wall Street jargon? Or
just possibly an overly affec-
tionate playful gesture? No, it
is none of the above.
According to Rand McNally's
new Outdoor Recreation Guide,
bottom snapping is a combina-
tion hobby and sport. A bottom
snapper is an underwater diver
who devotes much of hs time
on the bottom to taking photos
-of everything from cora for-
mations to shipwrecks.

(Continued from Page 3)
EARLIER in the day, Scott
told reporters "I think no de-
cision has been made, and I
doubt if the President will start
reducing the list until at least
tomorrow."
Ford's press secretary, Jerald
terHorst, told newsmen that the
President is making the selec-
lion solely on his own-liHe's
not telling ayoneshow he's do-
ing it."
The Milwaukee Journal re-
ported that former Defense Sec-
retary Melvin Laird has told
Ford he doesn't want to be vice
president or take any other job
in the new administration.
Sen. William Scott (R-Va.)
HOA
KEEl

disclosed he had suggested Ford
name one of the eight GOP
senators who formerly served
as governor. They are Sens.
Hansen; Paul Fannin (R-Ariz.),
Strom T h u r m o n d (R-S.C.),
George Aiken (R-Vt.), Robert
Stafford (R-Vt.), Mark Hatfield
(R-Ore,), Dewey Bartlett (R-
Okla.) and Henry Bellmon (R-
Okla.).
Fannin, in a Senate speech,
nominated Goldwater, and Sen.
William Roth (R-Del.) suggest-
ed his predecessor, former Sen.
John Williams (R-Del.). Wil-
liams retired four years ago,
saying he was too old to run
for another term.

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Denied baptism
Carol Morreale holds her 3-month-old son, Nathaniel, who
was refused baptism last Sunday by two priests in Marlboro,
Mass. The reason given was that her stand on birth control
and abortion was not in accordance with the Catholic Church.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese has defended the priests
decision.
Bentley questions charges
(Continued from Page 3) Michigan, but that an Illinois
By legal custom, if any party court might then take similar
to a suit fails to appear in action if appealed to by .he
court, the other party usually plaintiffs.
wins the case without a full He added that Gill might also
hearing by "default." be held in contempt of court,
Bentley admitted that this possibly in criminal contempt,
judgment wouldn't be legally if he failed to honor suzh a
binding outside the state of judgment.
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