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StujrdaY J .une 11, 197-7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

IDaily Clasiliflieds

Ferency to run for governor

(Contirnued from Page 8)
PERSONAL
N; q(NNISSEUR COLLECTION of
F . ao t9he0,s Day f0the Exhibit
Gift otOfIShop,16Atuosi -tScience
N.Universiiy aind Geddes.
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YEAR OLD project manager, non-
at0 . Chritian, mirelApe minded,
in Come $0600. Like to Nelt
ttt a ive~~ girl 57" & op. end
-twa Aa photo to 05408 Scott 102,
roat.l0 48080. 678615
SAIL1ING - One crew -mate needed
o er weeed raing at neaehy 11u-
rocta porate Yacht 01ub. 19 tt. Juter-
950!, e 0'. o it50ou 0an sil well, will
teot t SINNAKEiI handig56'
045, is. maximum. Phone 662-608
weeka~dys 18am-4 p.m. 42 616
LIVE STUDY 0 TRAVEL ABROAD
Da it this years
UOSR~prance, England, Spain, Italy,
Viena, Switzerand. Accredited Uni-
vesity study. Family tay or dorm,
tuition, meals, leader, excursions,
air. Suammer, nemester, full Sear.
Center for Foreign Study, Admis-
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606 Ana Arboar, MI 4110'!.
Telephone 313/662-5075
cF618
THE PIZZA MACHINE
is t the CrosoyedMoose.
60.0 E. LikerO. Open every day.
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ICHARD,
What is wroag with you??!! fIf Yat
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PERSONAL
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hi ~ i~ nthe froan at atofe-
tevday'c DAILY. See what 5000.miss
wheayo o cut oftowon'Youtonily
get pour inatitalstnca cae . tllardiy
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PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Proal1mPreegnaceHelp. 769-
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PERMANEN'T WEIGHT LOSS
ThaoughB ekha io r Modifi-ation.
WolvernorInstittate, 973-1480. c~t
RATHER RE TRAVELING THAN
STUDYING? Join the INTERNA-
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AVON
SUMMER SALE
June 1th-li a om.-8p.m.
Call 662-4401 for details
CTFtc
ONE GAME ORES howling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Games. Pinball,
pool ond saloon tool 2915 Washte,-
naw, 1 mile east of U.S. 23. oFlil
STEV'S LUNCH--Come toe home
cooking. Breakast all day, great
snups and egg- rols, 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetabirs and fresh

LANSING7 QUPI)-Galling him-
sel a bhorn again Democrat,"
"ultraliberal Zolton Ferency oaid
ycsterday hc will run for gover-
nor in 1978, his third atempt to
ci electiontothe170stat's high-
esl office.
Fcrcncy, foainder of the radi-
cal Hiumaa Rights Party (HRP),
rejoined,-the Democrats earlier
Ibis year because he said the
voice of socialiats was not being
adoqtuately beard through the
third party movement.
lIE SAID the HRP failed be-
caase it lacked the credibility
of the two major political par-
ties and was unable to get media
expnsure.
" What is needed is a whole
new approach to the economic
and soil problems of our,
state," Ferency said.
"No other candidate will be
talking about the fundamental
Ichange. that will have to be
made in the way we are present-

ly lost things."
FERENCY filed hit staltemenl
oaf organization wvith the Secre-
tary of Sate's office yesterday
in order to start raising contri-
bullions. If he collects $59,000,
Ferency, like 100e other awl-
nouced candidates, wouild be-
come eligible for partial public
matching funds.
"Shouild I be saccesfoll in ob-
taining thet requlired petition sig-
natures and the necessary fi-
nancing, I expect to wage a
vigorous campaign next year on
-issues of major concern to ihe
people of Michigan," he said.
Before splitting with the Dem-
ocrats to tart the HRP in 1970,
ferency was high in the Demo-
cratic Party hierarchy.
HE WAS state party chairman
from 1963-68 and ran for gover-
nor in 1966 against former Gov.'
George Romney.
Ferency also waa the HRP'S

,tindict.:lt toar gaaverratr in 1974
aind ran fir tile stelle Salrcme
to irI ill 1976.
Now ti prifessor taf criminal
jusicaic higan Silie Uni-
vertioy, Erecy sauid lhewill
strest jobsand tatciaalwelfare in
his c_+tnpalign:. "
"IF WAT':re ttcreate tobs for
thosec who aire underemlployed
or tllenlayed, whe mutt no
longer rely upon ihe private
secctor of the economy," lise said.
"We have lealrned to our cha-
grin that no matter how we, toy
with regullaltions or rinker with
the lax system, private corpfo-
rate enterprise continues t0
inake record profits in a period
af declining employement."
tlhers seeking the Democratic
gobernatorial nomination a r e
state Sens. Patrick McCollough
of Dearborn and William F't-
gerald of .Detroit and forraer
state Pubhlic Service Commission
member Willialm Ralls.

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At Rockbottom Prices'
Ripstop Jackets,
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Ripstop Vests
$19.95
SAVINGS on mana more styles:
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Oven 1tita5:30 pm.

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