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been involved in the process for six
years," Wolfe said. "In politics, the
most important thing I have learned is
to compromise," he added.
According to Wolfe, it takes about
$2,500 to run a campaign of this
magnitude, with most of the money
coming from individual donations.
The key to getting both donations and
votes, said Wolfe, is to have a list of en-
dorsements that will convince the voter
to help the campaign. Wolfe has endor-
sements from LSA Dean John Knott
and University Geography Department
Chairman John Nystuen, as well as
other prominent civic leaders.
THE ENDORSEMENTS help bring
in $100 per day, said Wolfe. He said he
has planned on a budget of $1,800, which
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tons, bumper stickers, and t-shirts.
Rick Hall, president of the Commit-
tee for a Progressive School Board,
said he didn't think Wolfe had a chance
at first, but has been hearing from
many people that Wolfe has become a
candidate to be reckoned with.
Wolfe said he has a core of about ten
volunteers working for him, including
several students, his parents, and other
The opposition considers him an ac-
tively campaigning candidate who
knows how the system works, said
Duane Renken, treasurer of Citizens
Urging Responsible Education
Wolfe is competent, with a good
background, but without the experience
of children in the school system to
benefit him. said Renken.
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Arson suspected in
A small fire in an Anthropology
Department teaching fellows' office in
the basement of Angell Hall Saturday
afternoon may have been set inten-
tionally, according to Ann Arbor Fire
Department Inspector Lee Larson.
A seven-tier bookcase in room 101
Angell Hall was allegedly set on fire,
burning everything on the shelves and
causing minor smoke damage.
OFFICIALS SUSPECT arson
because there was no apparent source
of ignition, Larson said, adding that
they have no suspects or possible
motives as yet.
There hasn't been an intentionally set
fire in an instructors' office in quite
some time, according to Director of the
University's Department of Safety Walt
Fire officials suspect that two other
fires last weekend were the result of ar-
son. Community High School, 410 N.
Division, had a minor fire after posters
hanging on the third floor walls were
set on fire in eight different locations
shortly before 8.a.m. Friday.
State Discount victimized:
State Discount store was the victim of
a strange breaking and entering of sor-
ts Saturday, according to Ann Arbor
Police Sgt. William Canada.
Sometime during the day (Police
were unsure of the exact time) two
"heavily made-up" women entered the
State St. store and distracted workers
by asking trivial questions, Cnada
said. A man described as "scraggly-
looking" entered the store shortly after
them, he added.
LATER THAT day, workers noticed
money was missing from the safe,
which had been open. Canada said this
may possibly be the work of "the gyp
sies" reported to have been involved in
similar incidents. State Discount
Manager Bob Slagle declined com-
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