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JGUST 1, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IGUST 1, 1964TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

. .. .

E YOU A CITY RESIDENT?

or Students Wanting

To

Vote--

who wish to vote in the Sept. 1 primary have until 8 P.M..

onday evening to register with the City Clerk's office.
Whether or not students are allowed to vote at Ann Arbor polls
subject to a complex law that sets down requirements for residence
the city-and often to the discretion of the City Clerk.
In interpreting a state Constitution provision that "No elector
all be deemed to have gained or lost a residence . . while a
adent at any institution of learning," the clerk generally ;goes by
state attorney general's opinion which states the following:
Not 'Sufficient'
"The mere presence of a student at the place where an institution
learning is' situated is not sufficient to entitle him to vote there.
"Whether a residence for voting purposes has been acquired
pends largely upon the intention of the student and, in some
rtes, upon the construction of constitutional provisions. It is firmly
ablished that a voting residence is not acquired by one who, even
ough emancipated from his parents, resides in a place for no other
rpose than that of securing an education, intending to return
his former home after graduation. Nor is a voting residence
quired by one who came to the place for the purpose of completing
s education, was accustomed to retwn to his parental home during
cation and would naturally look to his parents for aid in case
illness or affliction.
"On the other hand, a residence for voting purposes may be
ired where it is manifest that the student does not intend to
turn home but intends to remain at the place of education for an
preciable length of time or, as a general rule, where a student
tending school or college has no intention of returning home
t is not certain as to the place of his future residence, or where.
e student is free from parental control, regards the college town
his home and has no other home to which to return in case of
kness or other affliction.
Generalities Impossible
"From the foregoing it will appear that it is impossible for this
fice to lay down any general rule applicable to each of the students

Michigan
Votes Back
Humphrey
By The Associated Press
LANSING - If Sen. Hubert
Humphrey should ride a band-
wagon to the Democratic nomina-
tion for vice-president this month,
Michigan Democrats are ready to
help supply the horsepower.
A survey of the state's dele-
gation to the Democratic national
convention finds the Minnesota
senator far outdistancing all
others today as a first-choice can-
didate to be picked by President
Lyndon B. Johnson.
Democratic State Chairman Zol-
ton Ferency said Thursday that
Humphrey is the three to one
choice among Michigan Democra-
tic leaders.
Boosters
Ferency indicated that the
state's delegation to the conven-
tion in Atlantic City will take
part in an effort to boost Hum-
phrey.
"All Michigan Democratic lead-
ers agree that Johnson should
make the final decision of a vice-
presidential nominee," Ferency
said.
"But," he added, "as far as the
personal choice of Michigan Demo-
cratic leaders is concerned, Hum-
phrey is a strong favorite. I would
estimate he is a three to one
choice among these Democrats."
Personally Backs
The senator's support in Michi-
e gan, the Democratic leader said,
"is attributable to his recordhin
Sthe Senate and to the belief that
a Johnson-Humphrey ticket would
e run very strong in Michigan and
e the Midwest."
e Humphrey emerged Thursday as
s an apparently strong frontrunner
a when the President announced he
had eliminated six others whose
s names had been.prominently men-
tioned as possible candidates.
Among these were Atty. Gen.
Robert Kennedy, who had been the
first choice of 10 delegates in a
Michigan Associated Press poll;
United Nations Ambassador Adlai
Stevenson, picked by two; Peace
Corps Director Sargent Shriver
e and Secretary of Defense Robert
McNamara, one each.

M'

-Change Drive Falters

-Daily-Kamolakar Racy
ANN ARBOR CITIZENS CAME to a downtown bank yesterday in
last minute efforts to register to vote in the Sept. 1 primary.
Students wanting to vote in the city will have to satisfy complex
residence requirements, and their eligibility is often left to the
disrectionof the City Clerk.
(at a university). The City and Township Clerks, as registration
officers in the first instance, determine eligibility for registration.'
Furthermore, whether a student pays in-state or out-state tuition
is generally of no consequence to his status as a resident.
Students must appear in person at the City Clerk's office, located
in City Hall. According to City Attorney Jacob Fahrner, some of th
factors which the clerk considers in questioning a student about his
residence status are
-Whether the student is married, has established his own hom
with his wife in Ann Arbor and remains in that home during th
time school is not in session. "In such cases, and particularly wher
this situation has existed for more than a year, the clerk has
registered the student. In general, the wife of a student has a
residence at the same place as that of her husband," Fahrner's
brief states.
-The length of stay in Ann Arbor;
-Whether the student is free from parental control;

)m Lack of Signatures,

LANSING P)-The director of
eDemocratic Party's petition
ve against the so-called "Mas-
husetts Ballot" is prepared to
1 party officials the campaign
y fail unless the signature col-
tion efforts are doubled.
Sherwood Colburn, director of
cial projects for the Demo-
ts, said he will deliver the
rning when the party's state
atral committee meets tomorrow
Detroit.
He will report that the drive,
ned at getting at least 139,000
natures, had collected only 90,-
3 as of Thursday and could be
trouble if not stepped up, es-
eiafly in Wayne County.
May Fall Flat 1
'I must admit I am concerned
out the way the drive is going.
our people in Wayne County
n't come through this whole
ng is going to fall flat," Col-
rn said.
"What I intend to say is that'
re will have to be a doubling
efforts in Wayne County, and
few other places as well."
Demnocrats, along with the
chigan AFL-CIO, seek to re-
np Michigan's ballot.
A current law, advocated by
v. George W. Romney, and Re-'
blicans, would abolish the
aight party ticket -method of
ing and substitute for it the
.assachusetts" type ballot which
s candidates by office, requir-
a separate vote for each.
parate voting can also be done
the party ticket ballot.
Need 139,000
[he 'minimum of 139,000 valid
natures would put the ques-
[n of changing the ballot to
ers in a referendum Nov. 3,
reby preventing the change it-
f from being in effect for the
aeral election.
[arget for the drive is 325,000
natures. The plan originally
s to file signatures with the
te about Aug. 14, two weeks
ead of the legal deadline.
3ut Colburn said unless the
ition drive picks up steam it
y be necessary to postpone the

filing until the last week of Aug-
ust.
No Less Than 245,00P
Because the signatures have to
be validated by the state, Colburn
said he would not want to sub-
mit less than 225,000 to the Sec-
retary of State's office and run the
risk of falling short.
The main reason for the slow-
down, he believes, was interference
from petitions being circulated be-
fore July 21 for hundreds of can-
didates for public office.

-If employed, the amount of time devoted to gainful
ment in relation to academic pursuits;

employ-

-The intended place of residence after graduation.
Anyone with question regarding the clerk's opinion in his case
may inquire in Fahrner's offices

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Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN form to Room
3564 Administration Building before
2 p.m. of the day preceding publica-.
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day and Sunday.
SATURDAY, AUGUST I
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild-Charlie Chaplin, Paul-
ette Goddard in "Modern Times"; Snub,
Pollard in "Join the Circus"; Mary
Pickford, aKte Bruce in "A Stranger
Returns":Architecture Aud., 7 and 9
p.m.
University Players, Dept. of Speech
,Production-James Thurber's "A_ Thur-
ber Carnival": Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre, 8 p.m.
The Charles Baird Carillon will be
presented by the University of ,Mich-
igan School of Music at Burton Me-
,morial Tower, Sat., Aug. 1, 8 p.m.,
Ennis A. Furhauf, carillonneur.
Recommendations for Departmental
Honors: Teaching departments wishing
to recommend tentative August grad-
uates from the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, for honorsuor
high honors 4hould recommend such
students by forwarding a letter (in
two copies; one copy for Honors Coun-
cil, one copy for the Office of Regis-
tration and Records) to the Pirector,
Honors Council, 1210 Angell Hall, by
3 p.m., Tues., Aug. 18.

Teaching departments in the School develop. exp. or PhD candidate com-
of Education should i forward letters pleting degree within next 12 mos. Po-
directly to the Office of Registration sition is in phamraceutical product de-
and Records, Room 1513 Administra- velopment.
tion Bldg., by 11 a.m., Wed., Aug. 19. Manufacturing Association, Detroit,
Mich.-Seeking a representative. Major
in Pal. Sci., Journ., Bus. Ad., Econ., or
General No tices Law preferred. Based in Detroit but
must be free for extensive travel. Pre-
Attention August Graduates: College vious exp. may include Trade Ass. or
of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chamber of Comm., Newspaper work.
School of Education, School of Music, Bus, exp. in comm. or pub. relations,
School of Public Health, School of Sales.
Buiness Administration: Students are Motors Insurance, Detroit, Mich. -
advised not to request grades of I or Opportunity for insurance adjuster.
X in August. When such grades are No experience necessary; 3 mo. train-
absolutely imperative, the work must ing program provided. Car I furnished,
be made up in time to allow your BA in any field,
instructor to report the make-up grade Civil Service Commission, Minneap-
not later than 11 a.m., Aug. 19. Grades olis, Minn.,-Real Estate, Assessor. Degree
received after that time may defer in Eng., Arch., Real Estate, or Bus.
the student's graduation until a later Ad. Four immediate openings. Minne-
date. apolis residence rep. waived.
City Civil Service Commission, New
Military Science Dept.: The U.S. Ar- York, N.Y.-1. Junior hospital adminis-
my ROTC Instructor Group has per- trator. 2. Assistant accountant. 3. As-
sonnel available to assist interested sistant statistician. 4. Stenographer. 5.
nUiv. students and active duty per- Assistant actuary. 6, Assistant Plan ex-
sonnel with any questions, problems manier. 7. Recreaion Leader. 8. Civil
or administrative assistance needed on engineering draftsman. 9. Public health
Army commissions or other military af- nurse. 10. Social worker. 11. Social
fairs. Information also available to investigator trainee.
students interestedmin' the Army Nurse Farm Bureau Insurance, Lansing,
Program. The Administration office is Mich.-l; Management Trainee, Policy
open daily Mon. thru Fri., 8 a.m. to Holders of Serv. Dept. requires BBA;
- and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Room 131, North no exp. necessary. 21, Accountant; over
Hall or call NO 3-1511, Ext. 3306. 25 years of age with aduditing exp.
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Placenent August 4 & 5-John Andrews, public
health advisor, of Detroit, Mich., will
POSITION OPENINGS: be in the lower lobby of the Michigan
Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp., Raritan, Union to provide information about
N.J.-An opening for scientist az the the opportunities available with the
PhD level to be filled by recent grad U.S. Public Health Service. Openings
wit hu pto 3 yrs. of industrial product presently exist in most all the large
cities for Public Health Program Reps.
Degree majors desired are Econ., Poll.
Sci., Engl., For, Lang., Geog., Soc.,
Psych., Hist, Journ., Philo., & Gen. Lib-

Andrews will interview in the Bureau of
Appointments on Aug. 6 for those po-
sitions. Please make appointments by
calling Ext. 3544 or come to the office
at 3200 SAB.
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
Events Sunday
School of Music Recital - Efrim
Fruchtman, viola da gamba; Caroline
Sites Fruchtman, harpsichord: Recital
Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
Events Monda(-
Doctoral Examination for Robert Bur-
nett Sanders, Biological Chemistry;
sethis: "The Effect of Insulin on 1-
Aminocyclopentane-carboxylic Acid Dis-
tribution In the Rat," Mon., Aug. 3,
Medical Science B dg., at 2 p.m. Chair-
man, T. R. Riggs.
Lecture: Dr, Harold T. Smith, eco-
nomi. program director for Upjohn
Institute of Employment Research in
Kalamazoo, will speak on "Comparisons
of vocational & Technical Education
in Certain Selected States-Which Way
Michigan?" in Room 2014, UHS at 1 p.m.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and/or
swimming, Aug. 2, 1:45 p.m., Rackham,
Huron St. Entrance.
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University Lutheran Chapel, Sunday
supper. Talk by Adolph Loeb, Aug, 2,
6 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw Ave,

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