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Friday, August 15, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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Dems vie for Hart seat

(Continued from Page 81
BUSINESS SERVICES
. HAULING ' --
Local moving. Very negotiable rates.
973-1485 after 5:e. 45J820
MOVING AND HAULING: Furniture
and appliances. Ray Springer, 449-
2554. 39J20
EDITING SERVICE. Textual gram-
matical advice. English doctoral stu-
dents work with you. Technical dis-
sertations. Foreign students wel-
come. 663-5547, 62-5912. 19819
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
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Free estimates. 971-4585. rJtc
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
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TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
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70A16
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ALL NEW STUDENTS- _
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the state." Dibbert said the
Congressman of nine years feels
"he will fare well against
others, otherwise he wouldn't
enter the race."
BY FAR and away the most
confident of his impending can-
didacy ix U.S..Representative
James O'Hara of Utica. "He
has formed a campaign com-
mittee and has filed with the
(f e d e r a 1 election) officials,"
commented one of O'Hara's
aides..
"He will not run unless un-
foreseen circumstances arise,"
the aide said, declining to specu-
late on what those "circum-
stances" might be, all but as-
suring an O'Hara candidacy.
"The Congressman believes
he can beat any Democrat, ia-
cluding Kelley and Austin," the
spokesman boldly announced.
O'HARA indicated his cam-
paign issues would be "the
abysmal state of the economy
and the abysmal energy situa-
tion." He said that during the
present Congressional recess he

will be "touching base with
party leaders." Thusfar, he
says he has received an "ex-
cellent response." He is ex-
pected to officially announce the
candidacy soon.
The two favorites in what will
undoubtedly be a heated race,
Secretary of State Richard Aus-
tin and Attorney General Frank
Kelley, could not be reached for
comment, but soon after Hart
announced his decision to retire,
Austin stud that it "would take
much serious, deliberate
thought" to enter the race.
Kelley last ran for .the Senate
in 1972 against incumbent Re-
publican Robert Griffin and was
defeated.
Dr. Paul C. Uslan1
OPTOMETRIST
Full Contact Lens Service
Visual Examinations
548 CHURCH ST.
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