SEATTLE MAYORAL HOPEFULS CLASH OVER BUSING

Two candidates with opposing positions on school busing will face off in November's mayoral election after finishing atop a 13-candidate field in the primary race. City Attorney Doug Jewett (R), co-sponsor of an antibusing initiative, finished first in the Sept. 19 primary. City council member Norm Rice (D), leading opponent of the measure, finished second. It is Mr. Rice's second bid to become Seattle's first black mayor.

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