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Page Sixteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 13, 1972

Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 1 3, 1972
Is ___ Pa

Humphrey
(Continued from Page 1)
schools," he immediately added.
When asked if he supported
the cross-district busing between
Detroit and its suburbs ordered
by U.S. District Judge Stephan
Roth because he found the De-
troit school system segregated
Humphrey said, "If the school
system is segregated, then I sup-
port cross-district busing."
After it was explai ed to
Humphrey that Roth's plan
would entail busing children
from Detroit's white suburbs in-
to the predominately black in-
nercity he reiterated. "I am op-
posed to busing children to poor
schools."
When asked to. explain specifi-
cally how children can be bused
to better schools without an
equal number being bused to
poorer schools the senator re-
plied, "Good schools can be built
in six months and ihere is no
need to wait that long."
Humphrey attempted to con-
centrate on the unemployment
situation which his aides hope
will be Humphrey's strong issue.

opens campaign in state

fir"

"People in Michigan are con-
cerned with jobs," he said.
"There are 66 areas in this state
that have high unemployment.
"I want these jobs to come
from the private sector but if
they don't the government has
the responsibility to provide jobs
so every American can earn a
living wage."
Humphrey has an extremely
tight schedule for the three days
in the state. Arriving in the Up -
per Peninsula yesterday after-
noon to tape a television show at
Marquette, Humphrey said, "I
realize that I'm coming here late
and that I'm way behind. It's
going to be an uphill fight .'
Humphrey began fighting im-
mediately by attacking Wallace,
who many see as the victor of
Michigan's May 16 primary.
"The man that stood in the
doorway " of the schoolhouse
years ago will do the same thing
if he stands in the door of thet
White House. He won't let
people in."
Humphrey is hoping to cash in
on his record in Congress to gain

his votes. "I've been fighting for
20 years for the people in this
country and I ask to be judged
on my record. Look at it and
compare it to Wallace's," he
said.
Humphrey admitted that "I
may not win hot, at least the
people of Michiganawill have a
choice."
Humphrey will start his sec-
ond day of campaigning today
with a tour through Detroit's
Farmer Market. Later in the
day he will be traveling to Flint
and Lansing.
On Sunday he will be going to
Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo
for more press conferences and
television tapings.
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