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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 25, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, May 25, 1972

The Women
of the
Human
Rights Party
invite all Ann
Arbor Women
to o general
Woman's Caucus
TONIGHT
at the HRP Office
304 S. Thayer
761-6650

Senate approves ed. bill McGovern wins Oregon;

(Continued frm Page 1)
system unless the local district
asked for money for this pur-
pose. Even if such a request
were made, the funds could not
be granted if the busing were
over such a great distance s
to harm the child or if the child
were moved to an interior
school.
The third rider directs fed-
eral officials not o require or
induce local districts to spend
state or local funds for such bus-
ing unles it is required by the
Constitution.
The new college-student aid in
the bill would guarantee every
student a basic $1,400 annual

grant minus his unexpected fam-
ily contrihution.
The bill also would continue
all the present student aid pro-
grams.
Filler
Got a message that's important
to the public interest? Send the
inuiormation to the associate man-
aging editor at The Daily. We
might be able to put it in a filler
like this.
Forest fires bar.
more thoN trees
OPEN MEMORIAL DAY
BOWLING
MON., MAY 29
* FOOSBALL
S BILLIARDS
PING PONG
Michigan Union

Wallace meets reporters

(Continued from Page 1)
active participation, Wallace still
may be able to make tapes for
television and radio broadcast.
A hospital medical bulletin said
yesterday that Wallace's general
condition has shown marked im-
provement and he is eating more
solid foods now.
There are reports that Wallace
will be transferred soon to a
Birmingham hospital where a
second operation will bheper-
formed to remove a bullet from
his spine.
McGovern won 50 per cent of
the vote in his expected victory
in Oregon. With 11 names on the
ballot, George Wallace came in
second with 20 per cent and Sen.
Hubert H u m p h r e y (D-Minn.)
placed third with 13 per cent of
the vote.

Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-
Mass.), who tried to have his
name removed from the ballot,
received three per cent.
In Rhode Island's primary,
with a light turnout of voters,
McGovern chalked up another
victory with 41 per cent. Hum-
phrey again came in third, with
a small 20 per cent of the vote.
Sen. Edmund Muskie (D-Me.),
who has withdrawn from the pri-
mary race, edged out Humphrey
with 21 per cent. Wallace got 15
per cent.
Campaigning continued yester-
day for the crucial California
primary. In that June 6 contest,
the victor wins all 271 votes.
McGovern spoke in Sacramen-
to, while Humphrey visited fac-
tories in the Los Angeles area.

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