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May 27, 1972 - Image 12

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Plo'ge Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 27, 1972

9age Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 27, 1972
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IRA bombs
hit two cities
in N. Ireland
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
(P) - Irish Republican Army'
(IRA) bombers hit Belfast and
fondonderry five times yester-
day, killing one woman and in-
juring scores of people.
It seemed to be an explosive
rejection of mounting Roman
Catholic pressure to end vio-
lence in the province. Belfast
and Londonderry police said all
five bombs were planted by the
IRA.
As the * bombs exploded, the
Social Democratic and Labor
Party, Ulster's biggest political
opposition group, threw its sup-
port to Catholic women in Bel-
fast and Londonderry demand-
pg a truce in' the fighting that
has convulsed Northern Ireland
for 33 months and claimed 337
lives.
Meanwhile, the government
of the Irish Republic announc-
ed that it was setting up spe-
cial criminal courts to deal
with subversive groups, includ-
ing the IRA. In the past, ordi-
nary courts have been general-
ly powerless to deal with the
group.
Another small bomb demol-
ished a tennis clubyesterday in
Belfast's exclusive Malone Road
district. There were no casual-
ties.
A[TERNATIVEI
IEDUCATION I

Nixon delegates for
nomination assured

IT CAN'T BE DESCRIBED-
IT MUST BE EXPERIENCED

WASHINGTON (A") - Presi-
dent Nixon has accumulated
enough Republican National
Convention delegates to assure
his nomination for a second
term in the White House.
The Associated Press poll of
convention delegates showed
yesterday that at least 686 Nix-
on delegates have been elected
in primaries or state caucusea
and convention.
It takes 674 delegates to win
the GOP presidential nomina-
tions at the Republican Nation-
al Convention which opens in
Miami Beach Aug. 21.
Polling of recently elected
0 Dlegates pushed Nixon over the
top. He is expected to pick up
more from those currently
counted as uncommitted as the
polling continues.'
Nixon is the only Republi-
can to win an convention dele-
gates although he has been op-
posed by Rep. Paul McCloskey
(R-Calif.), and Rep. John Ash-
brook (R-Ohio).
McCloskey withdrew after
taking 20 per cent of the Re-
publican vote in the March 7
New Hampshire primary. Ash-
brook has continued to cam-
paign but has not dented Nix-
on's large majorities.
The Republican delegate se-
lection began with the New

Hampshire primary, in which
Nixon took all 14 GOP dele-
gates. Selection continues
through the New Mexico GOP
state convention July 15, but
his clear majority would pre-
clude anyone catching him,
barring drastic delegate switch-
ing.
In the Democratic delegate
poll Sen. George McGovern (D-
S.D.) leads with 497/2 delegates
votes. Alabama Gov. George
George Wallace has 323.

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