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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 16, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 16, 1972

Conflicting laws may lessen
Age of Majority Act effects
(Continued from Page 1) 1 are legally able to sit on Ann Ar- to the local spokeswoman
says that jurors are drawn from bor's draft board - but none are Thus the Age of Majorit
registered voter lists and that the I at present. 1971 appears to have op
law does not permit the lists to be A spokesworAan for Selective many new opportunities
altered until May. At that time, Service Board No. 85 says that no 20 year olds throughout t
all new 18-21 year-old registered 18-21 year-olds have been con- Yet at the same time, it
voters will be added to the list and sidered for the board, but some appear that much head
be eligible for jury duty. may be in the future. Board mem- been made in injectin
"If any 18 year-olds are down bers are chosen upon recommen- young people into the
on the list they are certainly elig- dation by present board members mental complex.
ible to serve if they are other- and the Governor and appoint- For a. while at least
wise qualified," Nickell explains. ment by the President. than actively participatin
The Age of Majority Act does The board recently appointed system, it looks like 18-to
not extend to federal juries, how- three new members to the draft olds will have to conten
ever, but Ann Arbor's Rep. Mar- board - none of whom are under selves with throwing thei
vin Esch (R-Mich.) is sponsoring 21. However, there is at least one behind those persons
a bill in the House to lower the 18-21 year-old serving on a draft choice over 21 to do the
minimum age qualification for board in Pennsylvania, according them.
serving as a federal juror to 18.
Elected public office, perhaps
the most glamorous area which 0
has been opened to 18-to-20 year I c 0 cred i ratin
olds, so far has failed to attract
any of the new adults here in Ann (Continued from Page 1) flicts with the Federal G
Arbor. None of the 14 Demo- actions without having their par- trol Act of 1968. That fe
for April's City Council election ents co - sign for them - even prohibits licensed gun d
fr Ar' Cy Cthough this procedure is no longer manufacturers, collectors
Mayor Robert Harris said re- required by law. porters from selling han
ammunition for handgun,
cently that a major reason for the According to L. Frank Rybarsky, sons under the age of 21.
absence of young candidates is a vice president in charge of install-
conflicting ordinance which re- ment loans at Ann Arbor Bank, N o r m a 11 y federal l
quires that to be a candidate from young people may have difficulty precedence over state law
one of the two major parties, a getting long-term loans because, of conflicting statutes.
person must have been a register- bank officials say they can't de- As a result, Harvey s
ed voter for at least one year. termine whether a young person his gun registration unit
This, of course, would not be pos- has the ability or intent to pay it issue purchase permits
sible for newly enfranchised 18- back. under 21. And while Krasi
to-20 yeat olds. "We'd be w i11i n g to take a of no one under 21 who
But there is still a chance that chance for some, but it usually plied to his department f
young people will be on the April helps if they have a parent or permit, he says that thor
election ballot, depending on whe- relative co-sign it," he says. vestigations will be made
ther any are chosen as candi- Although people in this age persons if this should occ
dates when the left-oriented Hu- group are legally empowered to The rights of studen
man Rights - Radical Independent hold credit cards in their own the University will prob
Party holds its party caucus names without having a co-signer, change significantly as a
sometime in the next two months. the prospects look equally dim. the new Age of Majority
HR-RIP has been assured a spot "It's not a question of age. It's University officials, alt]
on the April ballot (and the No- economic," says Mike Van, Sears' may certainly cause son
vember state ballot) by the Board credit manager. "If someone comes lems.
of State Canvassers. in and wants to buy a television A directive issued by t
And while it is possible for 18- on credit and hasn't got a steady ing office states that s t
to-20 year olds to run for the source of income, we wouldn't let
State legislature in November, him do it."
conflicting federal statutes, - At least one of the rights newly
which take precedent over state granted to 18- to 21-year olds by Do You Still F
laws - make it currently impos- the state has become the object'
sible for 18-21 year olds to be of much confusion. Although state
elected to Congress or the office law now allows this age group to You probably heard
of President. apply for concealed weapons per- International Students
According to the Constitution, mits and purchase handguns, it is INTEREST IS PEOFLE
the minimum age for a U.S. repre- doubtful that this part of the law ! bring PEOPLE TOGETI
sentative is 25, while a U.S. sen- will be honored-at least in Wash- Come and fin
ator must be at least 30 and the tenaw County.
President, 35. According to Sheriff Douglas TU ES.
Similar to the situation of Harvey and Police Chief Walter
elected public office, young people Krasny, the new state law con- M U LT I

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ened up
to 18-to-
he state.
does not
way has
ng more
govern-
t, rather
ng in the
o-20 year
nt them-
r support
of their
work for

Youth floods local bars

new

(Continued from Page 1)
Before Jan. 1 many predicted a
strong surge by young people on
the bars for the first few months
with a leveling off period by early
spring. It now appears that the
predicted surge is well underway.
Rene Miller, manager of the
Schwaben Inn on S. Ashley, says
now that the big difference lies in
weeknight turnouts. "Mondays and
Tuesdays used to be especially
slow. But now all weeknights are
busy, and the weekends are
jammed."
Miller estimates that approxi-
mately 50 per cent of his clientelle
are in the 18-to 20-year-old bracket.
Except for an increase in liquor
supplies and a few additional em-
ployes, few changes have been

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made to accommodate the
drinkers.

STUDY/TRAVEL ABROAD
'72 SUMMER PROGRAMS

However, Clint Castor, owner
of The Pretzel Bell and Village
Bell, does have one minor change
in mind for The Pretzel Bell on
E. Liberty. Castor plans to add
live entertainment in an attempt
to lure some of the University stu-
dents away from campus bars.
The Village Bell, located on S.
University, is the only bar near
central campus and has been ex-
tremely crowded every night since
students returned from semester
break.
"Although we've added a couple
of employes, and placed a few
more chairs and tables out, there
is no way we are going to be able
to handle all the people that want
to come in," says Bruce Fearer,
manager of The Village Bell.

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ays thatl
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bably not
result of
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;hough it
me prob-i
the hous-
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According to John Feldkamp,
housing director, a dormitory must
be licensed to serve intoxicants to
"non-members,'' defined by law as
non-residents of that dormitory. A
dormitory cannot be issued such a
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for achievements amazingly
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PESC dispute continues
(Continued from Page 6) night told The Daily that he
Smith's directive. knew little about PESC, and was
LSA Dean Frank Rhodes de- unsure what action, if any, the
clines to comment on the PESO Univer
controversy. Rhodes, who has sity might take against the
spoken out in the past in support groun.
of various innovative academic and Regardless, University officialsj
inter-departmental endeavors, says
that he plans to meet with PESC acknowledge that the no-auditing
members, but offers no details. rule is practically impossible to en-
President Robben Fleming last force.
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