Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 THE LtTNBRIDGU HERA1D Friday, October 70, 1975 Why vanquished politicians try their luck again OTTAWA (CP1 makes Murdo run? JIurdo Jlartin, the jovial, BAD SOUND SYSTEM Prime Minister Trudeau ran Into problems the amplifying system in a high school gymnasium in Kannier, Ont., near Sudbury. At the lop, he gestures angrily that he cannot hear question- ers at microphones in the audience, he cranes his head to hear [bottom left) and then explains how to use the mike (bottom barrel-shaped former fire- fighter ajid New Democratic candidate in Timmins for the Oct. 30 federal election, is one of 54 politicians passed over by voters in who are making another try for Parliament this time. Mr. Martin has a direct an- swer on he is running again: "I work on the theory that people have the right to make a mistake and the right to cor- rect it." His other comments appear typical of the stated motiva- tions of other iosers: He is ca- I pable of doing a good job as MP; there are policies he wants to promote; political cir- cumstances seem to have changed in his favor since his last defeat. Hi-. Martin, 55, represented the riding for il years until los- ing in Another rejected MI' trying for a comeback is Michael Trudeau talks to Him WING HAM, Out.