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Friday, September 19, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, September 19, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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All Home Football Games
SATURDAY 10-12
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I.M. TOUCH FOOTBALL OFFICIALS
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Beqinninq officials are paid at a rote of $2.66/hour. Any
interested person should call 663-4181.

House votes yes on
constitution change

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those that were considered. It tempted t
would end the system of allotting sweepstak
electoral votes to states that has and only;
been used to elect every president ed.
since George Washington. An effo
It would eliminate also the us- goner (D-
ually faceless electors who now to 60 per
serve as middlemen between t h e to 71, on
voter and the candidate and act- Waggonne
ually cast the votes that elect the president
president. ity of the
Instead, votes across the nation lead. Cell
would be totaled without regard to sidents si
. state boundaries and the candi- President
date having the most would be nedy - g
elected if he polled at least 40 of the pop
per cent of the votes cast. Efforts
If no candidate got 40 per cent inate the
a runoff election between the top of other
two would be held. the even
The 40 per cent provisions, 40 per Cer
which drew the strongest criticism turned do
during debate, was adopted to Just be
make it more difficult for a aWl- House wa
lace-type campaign to prevent a on recor
major-party candidate from be- plan, whi
ing elected by merely denying him toral syst
a clear majority. toral vote
Celler said the 40 per cent re- gressional
quirement should also discourage statewide
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Farties which would be Feldkamp when he saw the hous-
o enter the presidential ing problem solved.
es if no limit were set "We're promised that the situa-
a plurality were requir- tion is in hand, but we won't be
satisfied until we see it come off,"j
rt by Rep. Joe D. Wag- he said. "Some 29 places have yet
-La) to raise the figure to be found and certain r o o m
cent was defeated, 91 prices still need adjusting."
a nonrecord vote. To Feldkamp, however, remained
er's argument that t he confident through all the ques-
should have the major- tioning, insisting that he and the
e people behind him to University housing office w e r e
er replied that 75 pre- doing everything in their power
ince 1848 - including for the displaced students.
Nixon and John F. Ken- A number of students complain-
got less than 50 per cent ed at the meeting yesterday that
pular vote. although progress was being made,
were made also to elim- there were still many sources of
runoff provision in favor dissatisfaction.
contingency methods in They mentioned inconveniences
t no candidate got a -like poor mail service, no
nt majority, but all were phones, unavailable lavatory facil-
wn. ities, the disproportionately high
fore the final vote the rates for what they call inferior
as given a chance to go accommodations, and the almost'
d in favor of another complete lack of communication
ch would retain the elec- between the housing office and the
em but divide the elec- students in temporary housing.
es on the basis of con- In response, the Board of Gov-
l districts instead of ernors authorized the publication
y. of a leaflet six times a week to

rm reform,
set up a direct line of communica-
tion between the University hous-
ing office and the students in tem-
porary housing. As a supplement
to the leaflet, the Board decided
to put the most important an-
nouncement in The Daily.
Feldkamp said he would look
into and adjust some of the prices
being charged students in tem-
porary housing.
One student, for instance, com-
plained that he is paying as much
for a room with ten occupants as
is one who is staying in a triple
room.
In other action, the Board of
Governors approved the plans for
the coed floor inMosher-Jordan,
although they will not go into ef-
fect until the Regents give their
approval, probably at their Oc-
tober meeting.
At present, the men and women
are living in separate ends of the
corridor, with the door between
them open the same times as
other separated corridors in the
dorm. If the Regens approve the
plan, men and women will live in
alternate rooms with separate
lavatory facilities.

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BRING OUR BOYS HOME ALIVE, NOT IN CASKETS
END IMPERIALISM, RACISM & POVERTY
FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS
Begin assembling at 3:00 P.M. at Gates 8, 9, and 10 for March to Diag Rally
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