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Page Ten


Sunday, September 12, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 12, 1971

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Local voter registration program
FromtheManagementandStaffat expands for new student electors
Thano' L am plig hoer (continued from Page 1) tration are unsatisfied with Saun- voters at a Young Democrat rally
As a first step, a registration ders' program. this week.
421 E. Liberty St. booth was set up outside Water- Roger Wilner, director of the Wilner also feels that Saunders
Gym during regular class Democratic party's voter registra- has shown favoritism, saying that
registration last week. tion committee, feels that Saun- he has informed business organi-
Now at the Lamplighter we have real Italian Saunders' plan for the new drive ders has been too cautious in his zations and groups of townspeople
No1tte ap ghezehveraatimcmiteoandrnn "esilstdetgroups. onpol
and Sicilian Pizza. signifies the most comprehensive expansion of registration oppor- of the registrar training program,
effort yet to register city voters. tunities. while failing to make similar con-
Also ornwhus 0am- ~ .7dy "I am committed," Saunders an- "He still doesn't have the goal facts willh student groups.
a week give our friends more time to enjoy pounced, "to making voting avail- of registering as many people as Saunders denies however that
able to those who choose to exer- possible," Wilner says. any favoritism is shown. While
the same fine food and friendly service cise the right to vote." By restricting registration to admitting he has discussed regis-
that our friends enjoy over and overagain. Innovations in this year's drive prearranged locations in public tration with certain groups, hei s
thatour njoyover overwill include more registration sites, buildings, Wilner feels, Saunders stsnrfra ifration witaeti ru sh
( a two week drive instead of the unnecessarily limits the number released to other groups to the
) CALL 665-7003 usual one, and the use of volun- of people who can be registered. exclusion of HR-RIP.
Sfor fast carry out service teers as deputy registrants. The As an alternative, Wilner pro-
drive will run Sept. 20 to 24 and poses that deputy registrars be Saunders says he is doing his
"AT THE LAMPLIGHTER GOOD FOOD Sept. 27 to Oct. 1. allowed to use their own initia- job by enforcing the laws on reg-
AND PEOPLE-PLEASING IS OUR AIM" , Registrar training will begin tive in choosing places to regis- istration to the best of his ability.
ANnext week, for allthose who have ter voters. While some persons interested in
Ssubmitted a written application to Saunders, although reticent to increased registration have not
thbmcityte r'he o afic cording accept Wilner's proposal, did ac- agreed with this, members of all




to Saunders.
D e s p i t e the expanded drive,
many advocates of student regis-
Only you can
prevent forest fires.

cede Friday to a request by btu- three parties--Democratic, Repub-
dent Government Council t h a t lican, and HR-RIP-will be work-
they be allowed to register stu- ing within Saunders' program to
dents in the Fishbowl.in wihnSudr'poamt
Not all the pressure on the clerk, register the city's voters.
however, has been for opening up
registration. For example, City
Councilman Ja m e s Stephenson DAILY OFFICIAL
(R-fourth ward) has expressed
strong opposition to such plans as BULLETIN
door-to-door registration, charac-:
terizing it as "going out to get
mebrsooppsngpries The Daily Official Bulletin is an
As members of opposing parties official publication of the Univer-
take sides on the registration is- sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sue, charges of partisan politics sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
and favoritism have crept into the 409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
+h. A rruay R in i puu11tin.Juanti

Saunders, according to Steve
Nissen of HR-RIP, has deliberately
bypassed that party in the depu-
tizing of registrars. Members of
the Young Democrats, N i s s e n
charges, were deputized to register

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