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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, JuTy 24,_19711

Saturday, July 24, 1971

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Council will consider third party proposal Monday
(Continid from Page 3) vises continuation of the present gestions of- the committee. the If the referenda passes, then
the number of votes of the policy that the candidate receiv- proposal will be sent to Gov. there is a good chance that the
cessful mayoral candidate for ing the plurality of the votes William Milliken to check over, electoral system in Ann Arbor
tird party to get on the balot. should be declared the winner. and then will be put to a city- will drastically change. perhaps
"as much as 10 per crnt to However, a minority report wide referenda. by next spring's elections.

stay on."
Although Faber says he
"agrees with the need" to allow
third parties on the ballot, he
adds that he feels "the only
meaningful reform is within the
two parties."
Still another councilman in-
dicated his feeling that the one
per cent figure is too low. James
Stephenson (R-4th ward, gen-
erally accepted as the Republi-
can leader on council, stated
general support for the majority .
report, but added that he thinks
the best figure for the petition
would be "somewhere in be-
tween" the majority report and
Guthrie's minority report.
Another important issue deals
with run-off elections. which a
majority of the committee op-
poses. The majority report ad-

signed by attorney George Sal-
lade and RIP member Eric
Chester says that a candidate
winning with only a plurality
could "undermine the legitimacy
of elected officials" and suggests
a system of voting for both first
and second choices if there are
more than two candidates for
an office.
"If one of the candidates re-
ceived a majority of votes cast."
the report says, "then the sec-
ond-choice preferences of the
candidate with the least votes
would be distributed among the
other candidates . . . until one
received a majority."
Harris says he is looking into
the "mechanical possibility" of
such elections. but wondered if
they would cause "monumental
confusion."
If council approves the sug-

Cost of tiving takes slarp rise

(Contiinied from Page 1
rate the first three months of
1971.
Living costs rose 5.5 per cent
in calendar 1970 and 6.1 per cent
in 1969.
O'Brien sharply criticized Nix-
on's economic performance. "The
devastating report that the cost
of living suffered its sharpest in-
V.8. economy
hit by Burns
(Continued from Page 1)
board before, but never with the
same urgency.
"The problem of cost-positin-
flation, in which escalating sages
lead to escalating prices in s
never-ending circle, is the most
difficult economic issue of our
time," he said.
His statements c o n t r a st e d
sharply with those of Nixon ad-
ministration economists who have
boasted of moderating wages and
prices in recent months.

crease in 15 months makes a
mockery of Mr. Nixon's continu-
ing refusal to use the power of
the presidency to hold down spir-
aling prices and wages, "the
Democratic spokesman said.
"No official explanations and
justifications will fool the Amer-
ican people any longer. The fail-
ure of President Nixon to re-
spond to this clear economic dan-
ger signal can only play further
havoc with the livelihood of mil-
lions of American families,"
O'Brien said.
Sen. George McGovern oft
South Dakota, a potential 1972
Democratic presidential contender
called Nixon's economic policies
a failure and urged him to use
power Congress gave the White
Hottse to inmpose wcage and price
controls "before the Amtericant
dollar declines further."
He said Americans have lost
1 per cent in purchasing power
since Nixon took office.
The bureau's report showed the
1967 dollar now worth 82.3 cents
and the 1959 dollar worth 70.8
cents.

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Arts Festival: East & South University
1venues, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Festival until
Ann Arbor Film oopraive: "Wait
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Mirctgan Repertory: tiversity Play-
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Residential College Summer Players:
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Rock Concert: Call 769-9405 for to-
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Summer Filmn Festival: "Alice's Res-
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MONDAY, JULY 6
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Regents' MeetingSept. 17: Communi-
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by Sept. 2
Summer Commencement Exercises:
Aug. 15, 1971 2 p.m., Hill Aud. All
graduates of 1971 sprintg-summer term
may attend. Reception for graduates,
relatives and friends in Mich. League
immediately following ceremony. En-
ter League at west entrance. Tickets:
Four to each prospective graduate, to
be distributed from Aug. 2 to Aug.
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Aog. 7. Assembly foe Graduates'
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Annotuntcements: limited numbter Ice
sale at Ina. Desk, First Floor Lobby,
LSA Bldg. Candidates who qualify for
a doctoral degree from the Rackham
Graduate School and WHO ATTEND
THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
will be presented a hood by the Uni-
versity as part of the ceremony.
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