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P-lge Ten

THE MfCNiGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 9 i1976

Carter trounces Ohio opposition

(continuesd
Carter, inP
had telephone
Udal of Ariz
Church of Ida
Wallace of Ala
bert Humphre
and Chicago
Daley, and tha
indicated they
be nominated.
"I might say
as a general
their belief tha
nominee .. .,"
gia governor
disavowed any
movement of a

from Page ) But he also said that he did congratulate him on "a solid needs for first ballot nomina- The most hotly contested;
Atlanta, said he not expect rivals like Udall and victory and a brilliant cam- tion. "I told him I thought he ate primary race was in 4
d Rep. Morris Church to stop their own cam- paign." had established an entitlement fornia, where first-term
na, Sen. Frank paigns for the nomination. He said Carter is now the it would be difficult for the con- John Tunney held nearly
ho, Gov. George Brown said he was just get- heavy favorite for nomination. vention to deny," Church said. to-1 lead in early Democ6
abama, Sen. Hu- ting started. "Every state I "I'm a realist and will not en- He said when Carter has a returns over Tom Hayden,
y of Minnesota, have gone into , Jimmy Carter gage in a bitter, last-ditch ef- delegate majority "I'll heartily mer Daily editor, antiwar
Mayor Richard has lost," the California gover- fort to thwart the majority of congratulate him and do every- vist, Chicago 7 trial defen
t all of them had nor said. "So I will go forward. the Democartic Party," Udall thing in my power to make him and husband of actressJ
now think he will I think the Democratic nomina- said. "I will know when that the next President." Fonda.
tion is still open." majority has been formed." Church said it would be pre-
that all of them, Brown said his candidacy had Daley said a victory in Ohio sumptuous to think about pos- With 2 per cent of the
group, indicated gained a strong boost in Cali- would assure Carter's nomina- sible vice presidential nomina-
it I would be the fornia and with the showing of tion. tion. Brown said he would not counted, Tunney had 41,6460
the former Geor- the uncommitted delegate slate Church said Carter was mov- accept the No. 2 spot on the per cent to Hayden's 23,16
said. "They all in New Jersey. ing close to the strength he ticket. 36 per cent.
interest in a stop Udall, far behind in second
my kind." place in Ohio, called Carter toP o w eraclericals
Bo wtnuedifram Pages) struggle splits adelmas
B U L ET I (ontnue fom age1) election "complete dogshis." head and Susselman ackn

Sen.
Cali-
Sen.
a 2-
artic
for-
acti-
dant
Jane
vote
or 64
7 or
owl-

CALIFORNIA DELEGATE
PERCENTAGES
Democrats:
Brown: 190 delegates.
Carter: 64 delegates.
Republicans:
Reagan: 167 delegates.
Ford: 0 delegates.

O111 DELEGATE TOTALS
Democrats:
Carter: 127 delegates.
Udall: 12 delegates.
Church: 0 delegates.
Republicans:
Ford: 91 delegates.
Reagan: 6 delegates.

"THEY'LL (Unity Caucus) do
anything they (the international)
says," declared Weeks. "They
want to get in good with the
higher-ups. They're in this for
a career."
She maintained the new elec-
tions are an attempt on the in-
ternational's part to get more
Unity Caucus officers in 2001's
leadership.
Responding to Moorehead's
charge about "certification im-
proprities" - specifically, t h e
case of the trustee position -
Weeks replied. "We scheduled a
run-off but the international
cancelled it. Why? Because they
wanted to stall the union and
put more Unity Caucus people
in office through a new elec-
tion."
WEEKS SAID the interna-
tional was underwriting Unity's
election campaign, even going
so far as to bring in professional
ad men to conduct Unity's leaf-
leting campaign.
Weeks labelled Moorehead's
and Susselman's other charge
that there was "confusion" over
voter eligibility in the January

I o u'n1ied iom: Page 56) the characters' thoughts and
is writing and the movie we are motivations are few and dis-
actually seeing. Though Jackson, tressingly boring. Like the story
Caine and merger give fine per- it tells, this film explores no
formances, they are limited by new possibilities for examining
the poor direction of Joseph the tragic paralysis of Elizabeth
Losey and the cliche-ridden and Lewis' life. it is content to
script of Tom Stoppard and mvake fun of the most obvious
Thomas Wiseman.
The film, in fact, becomes predicaments and believe, as
caught up in its own parody of Lewis probably would, that they
a bad movie. The insights into make a comment on real life.

"AN UPROARIOUS ROMP--GOT THE AUDIENCE INTO
ABANDONED GLEE"
NORMAN G IBS0N ANN A 4RB0R E'WS
nn arbr inn proudly prIsents

"If a member has paid dues,
they're eligible to vote," said
Weeks. "What could be confus-
ing about that?"
WEEKS ALSO blasted Unity
Caucus for the contract nego-
tiated with the University ad-
ministration last summer, say-
ing the primarily Caucus bar-
gaining team had "sold out" the
clericals.
"They were spineless," Weeks
said. "They didn't even put up
a fight."
Unity Caucus members Moore.
Panel Oks
record
defense
budget
(Continued from Page 3)
spending for the plane until
March 1 so that whoever is
elected president in November
can decide whether the plane is
needed.
OPPONENTS, including Chair-
man George Mahon (D-Tex.),
said the next president obvious-
ly can halt the 11 program
whether Congress approves such
a provision or not.
The l1t is being developed to
replace the B52 as the Air
Force's chief strategic bamber.
No decision has been made yet
whether to go ahead and begin
production of the aircraft.
The appropriations committee
also rejected two other Addabbo
amendments. One would have
cut $600 million for the purchase
of 8 Trident missiles. It was re-
jected 30 to 10.
Rep. Robert Sikes (D-Fla.)
noted the Soviets also are de-
veloping a large Trident-type
missile-firing submarine and the
amendment "just puts us fur-
ther behind the Soviets."
MICHIGAN REP
at the Unversity of Michigan
SUPPLEMENTARY
AUDITION
for
"Superstar"
AND
"Once in a Lifetime"
JUNE 9 & 10; 2-5 p.m.
ot the
ARENA THEATRE
FRIEZE BUILDING
Be oreoared to SING.
DANCE AND READ

edged the contract was not
very popular among the union
rank-and-file but maintained it
was the best contract possible.
"LET ME PUT it to you this
way," commented Susselman,
"This was our (Unity's) first
contract, you're not going to
get all your problems solved
the first time around - you're
not going, to get everything you
want."
Moorehead also admitted the
contract was not altogether a
favorable one.
"We would have liked to have
seen more real money in our
check," remarked Moorehead,
"but we didn't feel there was
much more money to be gotten,
and we didn't feel the member-
ship would have supported a
strike to get that little amount
of extra money."
WHILE TIE two factions
have traded accusations and in-
sults, many unaffiliated union
m e mo b e r a have apparently
swung over to CDU's side.
2001 member Janice Banisafar
said a "vast majority" of the
union sd membership was lining
up beside CDU, against Uiiity.
"We (union members) don't
'sant the people who negotiated
our last contract," said Banisa
far. "We want them out, and we
want them to stay out.
"IF THEY (Unity) get back
into office, we'd (union mem-
bers) rather not have a union at
all. That way we'd only have
to fight the University in con-
tract negotiations, and not the
University and our union."
Another unionist who did not
wish to be identified said she
considered the present election
'a farce" because the appait
which brought about the n;es
election was groundless.
The plight
ofMario0
Munoz
(Continued from Page 4)
footsteps of Pinochet in hult-
ing this fighter for the cause of
the opressed. Munoz' plight
symbolizes the thousands of
other refugees threatened with
deportation, torture, imprison-
ment and assassination. To
save the life of Mario Munoz
and win for him and his family
safe conduct out of Argentina
and asylum in another country
will be an important victory in
the struggles to free a11 vic-
tims of right-wing repression in
South America.
The campaign to save Mario
Munoz is in urgent need of sup'
port. For further information
and to make contributions con-
tact: Committee to Save Mario
Munoz, Partisan Defense Com-
mittee, Box 633, Canal Street
Station, New York, NY 10013.

TH URSDAYS-FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS
AMERICA'S FUNNIEST MUSICAL.'
HAPPENED ON THE WAY To THE &RUM
2 Hour Musical Comedy. Cast of 14.
CAFE THEATRE Coir DINNVR THEATRE
(show only) """ (dinner & show)
* Adrssieon $4.50-$3.50 (students) v pe Dner and Theatre Packages
SCocaktai Service Available Before Sr Or g'iChoseno n the Evening You Arrive)
and During intermission ' ' 8 '45 Sumptuous Seafood & Salad Bar
* in-The-Round Seating Assigned i hr A l ' and French Onion Soup or New
Order of Phone Reservations Receivae in', ., E:ngland Clam Chowder
* Curtain Times: Thursdays-8:15 Hoar 'sw $ 9 75 Southern Fried Chicken
Fridays.-8:15 Saturdays-8:00 s i'0 '-4 & $10 45 Broiled Chopped Sirloin Steak
. Please Specify "Cafe Theatre Only Unilmited 511 2Boile d Fet of Flouder Alndine
When Phoning in Reservation Seafood & $ nParmesan
ANN AREOR INNarmsAanabe
SaladB: $1145 Chicken & Ribs
R INNAlso Available
Huron & 4t Live Maine Lobster-Alaskan King Crab Legs
Prime Ribs of Beef-Beef & Shrimp Teriyaki
A NN ARBOR, MICHIGAN -rm -Steaks andManyMore
RESERVATIONS-769-9500 erationWhen You Phonend Theatre" Res-

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