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Wednesday, May 17, 1972
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Precinct delegate candidates
were applauded loudly as they
reported Wallace's victories and
their own in precincts 'hrough-
out the state.
Wallace backers who came
from all over the state empha-
sized his sincerity and his stand
on the busing issue as major
reasons for their support.
An outpouring of horror over
the shooting and prayers for Wal-
lace's recovery continued yester-
day.
People in all walks of life witn
beliefs from all parts of the po-
litical spectrum deplored the
Monday assassination attenpt
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A revised petition will be sup-
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and expressed hope for Wallace's
complete recovery.
The governor's chief rivals in
yesterday's presidential prima-
ries announced Monday night
they would cancel all remaining
campaign appearances and cur-
tail their campaigns.
President Nixon, who also ex-
pressed sympathy earlier, said
yesterday he was keeping in
"close touch" with Wallace's
condition and offered the full fa-
cilities of Walter Reed Medical
Center, if needed.
Group aids
(Continued from Page 3)
Nixon to ask the British govern-
ment to step up its efforts at
finding a political solution to
the problems in Northern Ire-
land.
Ryan says he is more inter-
ested in raising money than
political consciousness. "The
whole relief thing," he says, "is
really just a drop in the bucket.
"I'm going back to Ireland in
August to get a close look at
what is needed there. People
don't realize that there are ac-

The U.S. Senate adopted by
voice vote a resolution deploring
the shooting and expressing to
Wallace and his family the "beat
wishes and prayers of all citi-
zens."
"Violence has not disappeared
from American society," said Le
Monde of Paris. "Thousands of
tons of bombs are falling daily
on the two Vietnams, and it is
more of a risk to run ror elec-
tion than to take a freeway."
Irish relief
tually refugee camps in the
south (the Irish Republic) for
the homeless who come from the
north."
Ryan also hoped to get an in-
terview with John Hume, mem-
ber of the British Parliament
from Londonderry, while he is
home to discuss relief needs.
To rumors that the Irish Re-
lief Fund is just a front to raise
money for the Irish Republican
Army (IRA), Ryan replies an-
grily, "I find those rumors very
disturbing. Every penny I raise
goes to the Red Cross. .
"If I wanted to raise money
for the IRA, I would, and I'd
make no bloody bones about it.
There are plenty of avenues
where money is channelled from
the U.S. to the IRA. I'm com-
pletely out of touch with that."
As for the summer, Ryan says
he has not planned any fund-
raising events but is looping for-
ward to the return trip to- his
homeland.
Meanwhile, donations to the
Irish Relief Fund can be sent
to 2729 Hampshire, Ann Arbor.
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OF IVAN DENISOVICH
Thursday, May 18th
at the Fifth Forum
7 and 9 p.m.-$2.00
advanced tickets for either show
available at:
Centicore on S. University
On the Diaq
Discount Records
Interfaith Council for Peace
McGovern for Pres. H.Q.
Chisholm for Pres. H.Q.
HRP Office, 304 S. Thayer
761-6650
NOTE: due to the movie bene-
fit, the HRP pot-luck dinner-
discussion on "National Poli-
tics" has been moved to Satur-
day, May 20 at 6 p.m. at the
HRP Office.

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