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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursdovy Mov II 1972

PgTwTH MCHGNDIYhirdi Ast1l1I7r

PIRGIM's in the money!

By JIM O'BRIEN
The collection of student mem-
bership fees for the Public In-
terest Research Group in Mich-
igan (PIRGIM) during early re-
gistration was quite successful,
according to Mike Peisner, '75.
the group's state chairman.
Students who wished to join
PIRGIM and donate $1.50 for
the fall term turned i' - com-
puter card during pre-registra-
tion; those who didn't kept the
card.
Peisner said that approximate-
ly 55 per cent of the students
at pre-registration for the fall
term, representing about $12400
in membership fees, joined PIR-
GIM. He emphasized, however,
that less than half of the stu-
dent body pre-registered, with
freshmen, graduate, and trans-
fer students still to be contact-
ed in the fall.
University reaction to t h e
membership drive in the pre-

registration process was "very
favorable," according to J o h n
Stewart, University director of
registration. He objected to an
earlier proposal to make the fee
mandatory with an option for a
refund afterwards. "When a stu-
dent is told he must do some-
thing, he balks," Stewart said
Although Peisner stated that
he would have preferred an al-
ternate method of collection, he
remarked that the system of vol-
untary contributions would
"work better here than an y-
where else in the country." The
reason for its success, he said,
was the intensive canvassing
and leafletting campaign carried
out by PIRGIM volunteers.
Money from the membership
drive will be used for a num-
ber of current PIRGIM pro-
jects, including an expanded
price survey of area stores, and
a study on abandoned homes in
Detroit's inner city, Peisner said.

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MiChigan primary: Hubert and
Shirley against the Georges
By MERYL GORDON statewide vote they receive. A troit's Rep. John Conyers (I
The state presidential primary candidate must, however, gain Mich.), an early Chisholm sun
next Tuesday is shaping up as over five per cent of the vote porter, has announced he su
a battle between Alabama Gov. to receive any delegates. ports her candidacy symbolieall
George Wallace and Sen. Hubert Therefore, in an area where but practically favors Mc o
Humphrey (D-Minn.), with Sen. a candidate is expected to win ern.
George McGovern (D-S.D.) a easily in precinct delegates rac- Chisholm has been travellin
longshot. Wallace, Humphrey, es, the total vote will still make extensively throughout the stal
McGovern and Rep. Shirley a difference in the distribution while Humphrey and McGover
Chisholm (D-N.Y.) will appar- of national convention support campaigned elsewhere. She hi
ently divide up most of t h e among the candidates. already appeared in Detroi
state's 132 convention delegates. None of the candidates are ex- Flint, Grand Rapids, Kalamazo
Wallace is barnstorming t h e pected to visit Ann Arbor, since and the Tri-cities area.
state in an all out attempt to their advisors are convinced the Wallace backers expect the
capitalize on anti-busing senti- city is all but wrapped up by candidate to take 60 per centt
ment and win the majority of McGovern, the vote. His strong anti-bu
the delegates in the state's first Chisholm is campaigning hard ing stand has made him a pop
presidential primary in 40 years. in the state to "gain enough lar candidate in Pontiac and t
Humphrey, hoping to follow up votes in Michigan to d r a w Detroit area where a court ba
his wins in Indiana, Ohio and national attention to her cam- tle over busing has sparked co
West Virginia, is waging an ex- paign," according to state Chis- siderable controversy.
tensive handshaking and speech- holm headquarters. The furor over busing, t h
making campaign over the week- She announced recently, how- collapse of Sen. Edmund Musl
end to rally labor and black vot- ever, that she may drop out of ie's campaign and the three-wa
ers. the California and New York split of votes between Hump
McGovern is relying on local primaries and urge her support- rey, McGovern and Chisholm h
organization efforts, television ers to vote for McGovern. De- provided Wallace with his be
and radio commercials, ad ,a - -- -- --
few sp|tappearances to collectop t winag n
a chunk of the statewide vote. H RP -mary since his victory Flu
He has been too busy with his
successful race in Nebraska and The Human Rights Party of :;::
angling for a victory in next Ann Arbor will elect a new c- DAILY OF ICIA
month's winner-lake-all Californ- ordinator and steering commit-
ia primary to make a strong tee at a mass meeting today in
campaign here. the HRP office at 304 S. Thayer TIN
A McGovern worker explains, at 7:30 p.m.
"The California primary is only The coordinator and steering
three weeks away, and the win- committee, consisting of five THURSDAY, MAY 11
ner takes all in that one. If we men and five women, will serve Architecture and Design Lectu
lose in Michigan, we'll still win four-month terms. "Images of the Environment," int
delegates. If we lose in Califor- disciplinary discussion, CRLT, 109
alw'l oceertig" The Michigan natty, edited end ean- Mion, 10am
nia, we'll lose everything." at t ie y no aHeritage Night: Olym
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