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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday; June 28, 1978-Page 7

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Eastland.
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Miss. governor upset in Senate primary
By The Associated Press 54.8 per cent, to Harvey's 81,997 votes, WITH 1,014 precincts reporting, didates split the 390,000 votes an
ey Maurice Dantin upset or 45.2 per cent, with 1,014 of the state's Stevenson had 95,018 votes, or 52.9 per only 26 per cent.
pi Gov. Cliff Finch yesterday 1,626 precincts tabulated. cent, to Smith's 84,861 votes, or 47.1 per Two blacks have said they wi
unoff race for the Democratic Riley will face former Rep. Ed cent. the general election, indicatin
on for the Senate seat held for Young, a Republican, in November. Finch, who trailed Dantin by 4,000 black dissatisfaction with Finc
by retiring Sen. James John Stroud, a former aide to Gov. votes in the seven-way primary on June formance. Charles Evers, th
James Edwards, is the GOP nominee 6, linked his opponent to Eastland and mayor of Fayette and a
South Carolina, Richard Riley for lieutenant governor. "the same old bosses." Democratic national committ
Democratic gubernatorial IN THE ONLY other statewide race During his campaign, Finch attacked has qualified for the general ele
on over Lt. Gov. Brantley in Mississippi yesterday, state Rep. unidentified political bosses and the an independent. Henry K
r. John Hampton Stennis, son of veteran press. His television ads showed an another black independent, has
Sen. John Stennis, (D-Miss.), won the unidentified man smoking a cigar, the will run, but has not qualified.
2,248 OF Mississippi's 2,353 Democratic nomination for the Fourth Eastland trademark, at a desk with a In the runoff, Dantin used th
reporting, Dantin had 223,043 Congressional District seat being bottle of Scotch whiskey showing. low-key style and positions th
66 per cent, to Finch's 116,100, vacated by U.S. Rep. Thad Cochran, successful in the first primary,
cent. Dantin gained strong the Republican candidate for the FINCH IMPLIED Dantin was hand- for tax cuts and tax refor
port from rural precincts in Senate in the November general elec- picked to succeed Eastland, the strengthening the nation's milit
sissippi. tion. president pro-tem of the Senate. In South Carolina, the firstF
ook the election in South In complete, but unofficial returns, Dantin, 48, a Columbia attorney who was held June 13, with Harv
by collecting 99,583 votes, or Stennis had 36,838 votes, or 59 per cent, finished third in the 1975 gubernatorial Riley eliminating former Rep
and state Rep. Jay Disharoon had primary, largely ignored Finch's Bryan Dorn. Dorn collected
e 26,030, or 41 per cent, comments, which his backers called a votes to Harvey's 142,785 and 12
Viis a n d lIn the South Carolina race for the desperate attempt to win the election. Riley. Dorn gave his support t
nomination for lieutenant governor, Dantin, a former Columbia mayor, after the primary.
which some termed a referendum on ran well in the cities and cut into Fin- But even without Dorn'ss
e k ov at the Equal Rights Amendment, state ch's support in southern counties for his Riley, a former state senator
Rep. Nancy Stevenson of Charleston, first primary lead. Greenville attorney who six mor
who favors the amendment, was acknowledged he had the sup
, t rleading state Sen. Horace Smith, who FINCH, 51, HAD counted on a only three per cent of the state's
opposes the proposed federal amen- coalition of black and rural white voters began to gain momentum in the
dment to ban sexual discrimination. in the firs rmr.btheevna- wekofhec niy.

d he got
ill run in
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h's per-
e black
former
eeman,
ction as
irksey,
said he
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. W. J.
112,793
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upport,
and a
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pport of
voters,
closing

(Continued from Page5)
particular the use of soft, rustic
lighting, which was effective in locating
the rural setting, and in distilling a
sense of elegiac sadness.
BRIAN BEDORD'S Dr. Astrov all but
dominated the performance. At once a
loner and deeply dependent on others,
Astrov's revealing of his love for Elena
was among the play's most moving
moments. Elena (Martha Henry) was
played competently, but something was
missing from the character. Although
Martha Henry was excellent in
bringing out Elena's bordedom and
arrogance, the performance would
have been more dynamic had we been
better able to obtain a glimpse of the
spark of passion buried years ago.
Sonya (Marti Maraden), unable to
convey her love for the Dr., was an ef-
fective mirror image of Vanya's
struggles, although Maraden oc-
casionally overplayed the character's
schoolgirl eagerness to the point of
trivializing her romantic notions. The
minor characters, humorous sideman
for the others, were uniformly excel-
lent, particularly Max Helpmann as the
crotchety, gout-ridden Professor
Serebriakov and Mary Savidge as
Maria.
The only negative aspect of this
otherwise wonderful performance
came with the overplaying of Vanya's
funnier moments. William Hutt was the
main culprit. It is fine for Vanya to
display an acidic wit in the opening
scenes, but one felt Hutt was milking
the ha-ha lines for all their worth. We
should never lose track of the pent-up
bitterness that is the source of Vanya's
rantings.
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