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Thursday, June 8, 1972 ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, June 8, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

HHH could accept Wallace
as running mate in November

HOUSTON, Tex. (P)--Defeated
in the crucial California pri-
mary, Sen. Hubert Humphrey
(D-Minn.) . abandoned his flat
opposition to George Wallace as
a possible running mate and
tried to drum up convention'
support among Democratic gov-
ernors yesterday.,
At a news conference, Hum-
phrey said he could accept Ala-
bama Gov. Wallace as a running
mate should Wallace accept the
party platform, but he said, "I
think it's highly unrealistic that
George Wallace and Hubert
Humphrey would be on the
ticket."
"I have said repeatedly if a
man would accept the platform,
he'd be eligible in my book for
vice presidential nomination,"
Humphrey said.
Humphrey described his meet-
ings with fellow Democrats at
the National Governors' Con-
ference as a bid for party unity,
not an attempt to halt Sen.
George McGovern's (D-S.D.)
accelerating drive for the presi-
dential nomination.
But some governors whom
Humphrey met said he sought

their support, and in at least
one case asked a souithern gov-
ernor to withhold delegate sup-
port from McGovern.
"He asked everybody to sort
of stand pat," said the governor
who asked not to be named.
Humphrey arrived here for a
breakfast meeting with 21 Dem-
ocratic governors and represen-
tatives of two others. Cornelia
Wallace represented her hos-
pitalized husband, George.
Humphrey then met individ-
ually with 14 or more of the
governors including William
Waller of Mississippi, Dale
Bumpers of Arkansas, Jimmy
Carter of Georgia, Warren
Hearnes of Missouri, Robert
Scott of North Carolina and
John West of South Carolina.
"He said he'd like to have our
support," said Gov. David Hall
of Oklahoma.. Waller, whose
Mississippi delegation is suing
a rival "loyalist" delegation for
the right to attend next month's
party convention in Miami, said
Humphrey told him he "wants
all the delegates he can get."
But Humphrey insisted he still
had a good chance to win nom-

ination on a second or third
convention ballot.
Humphrey said the test of a
nominee shouldn't be who won
the most primaries; it should be
who can do the best job for the
Democrats in the Nov. 7 election
against President Nixon.
"I happen to think I can," he
said.
Humphrey said he did not
think there would be a first bal-
lot nomination at Miami Beach
because "there's still a lot of
bargaining to do." He said some
of it would have to be done with
delegates now supporting Wal-
lace.

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oust President Nixon. They
have a common desire to nom-
inate a candidate that will win.
McGovern needs to prove that
he is that man to get their sup-
port.
In a post-election news con-
ference yesterday, McGovern
tried to show his broad appeal.
Former Daily
editor runs for
Supreme Court
Wayne County Circuit Judge
Horace Gilmore, a former Daily
editor, announced his candidacy
yesterday for one of the two
positions toabe filled thisyear
on the State Supreme Court.
Gilmore, Daily City Editor in
1938-39, is president of Detroit's
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of the Michigan Committee for
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He plans to win nomination at
the Democratic State Conven-
tion in August and then victory
in the statewide election in No-
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He said that "it was a real plus
that we survived a tough cam-
paign in California." He also
said that many supporters of
Gov. George Wallace of Ala-
bama "find me as an alteina-
native to him."
His four victories go a long
way to demonstrate his sup-
port. But he will need more
than this to prevent a "Stop
McGovern campaign" at the
convention.
It is for this reason that Mc-
Govern will soon go on an ex-
tensive tour of the South. The
trip, he hopes, will give him
recognition and support as the
candidate of an alienated peo-
ple. If it is successful, Mc-
Govern may emerge, not only as
a solid Democratic candidate,
but also as a worthy opponent
for Nixon in November.
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