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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 23, 1969

At Last!

Course valuationl
" If you're in LSA, we supplement regular University counseling
" If you're not, and plan to take an LSA course, we might be able to help
you find a course you'll like

Summer Flights to
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
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Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270,
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY !3

foiia Brkeley,'"On the Stability of
Retarded Dynamical Systems": 311
Vest Engineering, 4:00 p.m.
Center for Russian and East Euro-
pean Studies: Grey Hodnett. Associate
Proltelsor Ot Political Science, Y o r k
rUlIvIrI01ty, ItPurges in Soviet National
Republics, 1956-66'': Auditorium D. An-
gell Hall, 4:10 pm.
Computer Lectures: Brice Carnahan,
A sociate Profe-sor of Chemical En-
ineering and Biostatistics. "The I'EM
360 67 Computer and the Michigan
Terminal System AMTS)": Natural Sci-
ence Audntrum. 7:30 p.m.
U niversity' Symphony Orchestra: Josef
Blur?, conductor: John Mohler, clarinet
soloist: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
Basketball: U-M vs. Minnesota:
Events Building, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital::Quillian Ditto, so-
prano: School of Music Recital Hall,
8:40 pom.

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Day Calendar ! Saturday 12 Noon to 11 p.m.; Sunday 12
Noon to 6 p m. Sunday 12 Noon,
Attention Students interested in co- Bruckner: Mass No. 3 in F Minor
" Grosse" Messe"), with soloists, Choir
op housing: The Inter CooperativeofS.HwgsCahcrliBein
Council is sponsoring an Open House. Berlin Symphony, Karl Forster, con-
A general informal meeting beginning I ductor. Sunday 1:30 p.m. Directions in
at 3:00 p.m. at Pickerill House, 923 S. Children's Literature: "Teaching the
Forest, will be followed by tours of Unteachable", with Herbert Kohl, au-
any of the 11 houses. thor. Part 2. Sunday 2:00 p.m. Cleve-
Trombone Choir: ch l o f M u s i c land Orchestra Concert, with George
Recital Hall, 2:30 p.m. Sn$ell conductin~g. Mozart, Kodaly ,
Degree Recital: Carolyn Birbach, eu- -ahs
phonium: School of Music Recital Monday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour
Hall, 4:30 pm.d jd (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts
Cinema Guild: Yojimbo, directed by anhur of news and conversation
A. Kurasawa: Architecture Auditorium, nabout the arts and literature .Guests:
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. Mrs. Lydia Malbin, art collector.
Monday 1:00 p.m. National Association
\ONDAY EVENTS of Educational Broadcasters Convention
Lecture: Hon. McGeorge Bundy, Pres-
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- ident. Ford Foundation, on "The Fifth
inar: "Management of Managers. Pro- Freedom". Monday 5:00 p.m. Calendar
gram No. 82": North Campus Commons. of Area Events. Monday 5:15 p.m. Law
8:15 a.m. in The Yews, with Associate Law Dean
Department of Engineering Mechanics Joseph R. Julin. Monday 8:00 p.m. Bas-
Seminar: Dr. C. S. Hsu, Professor of ketbail: The U-M vs. the U. of Minn.
Applied Mechanics, University of Cali- (Continued on Page 8)
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pollution, police, parks, prices or other problems in Ann Arbor?

Then Register and Vote in Ann Arbor

The only way the city will be responsive to student needs and effectively deal with the problems affecting stydents
is if students register and vote. You CAN change the City of Ann Arbor. To be eligible to vote in the April 7th Ann
Arbor election of the Mayor and City Council you must register at the City Clerk's office in City Hall by March
7th. Registration hours are Monday-Saturday, 8:00 A.M..to 5:00 P.M.

Law students will be at the clerk's office to assist you

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THE REQUIREMENTS FOR VOTER REGISTRATION ARE:
1. U.S. CITIZEN-21 years old (on or before the next election-April 7)
Resident of Michigan for 6 months as of April 7
Resident of ANN ARBOR for 30 days .
2. RESIDENCE is that place at which you habitually sleep, keep your personal effects and have a
regular place of lodging. If you have more than one such place it is the one at which you spend
the greater part of your time.
3. Despite the fact that Michigan provides by statute that "No elector shall be deemed to have
gained or lost a residence by reason of his being . . nor while a student at any institution of
learning" the Michigan Attorney General has ruled that:
"(1) WHERE IT IS EVIDENT THAT A STUDENT DOES NOT PROPOSE TO RETURN HOME BUT INTENDS TO
REMAIN AT THE PLACE WHERE THE COLLEGE IS LOCATED FOR AN APPRECIABLE LENGTH OF TIME,
HE MAY VOTE AT THE PLACE OF HIS COLLEGE RESIDE CE.
(2) WHERE THE STUDENT HAS NO INTENTION OF RETURNING HOME BUT IS UNCERTAIN AS TO THE
PLACE OF HIS FUTURE RESIDENCE, IT IS GENERALLY HELD THAT HE MAY VOTE AT THE COLLEGE
TOWN.
(3) WHERE A STUDENT ATTENDS COLLEGE INTENDING TO RETURN TO HIS FORMER HOME UPON
GRADUATION, HE DOES NOT OBTAIN A VOTING RESIDENCE AT THE COLLEGE."
4. If you are presently registered elsewhere, this is automatically cancelled when you register in
Ann Arbor. You can legally change your registration while a student.
The key question is whether or not the student is merely temporarily absent from his or her former home. If he or
she is not temporarily absent and lacks a definite and fixed intention to return for more than just as occasional
visit or summer, then the student LOSES his residence at his former home. A student who has thus lost his resi-
derce at his former home CAN gain voting residence in Ann Arbor by meeting the minimum requirements of sleep-
ing, keeping, personal effects, lodging, and time. An applicant for registration does NOT have to meet other
standards of association with Ann Arbor.

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In Ann Arbor during University vacation periods.
Financially self-supporting
Employed in Ann Arbor
Married
Has a deri.nite and fixed intention of residing permanently in Ann Arbor

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