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Wednesday, June 30, 1971

THE MICHIGkN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, June 30, 1971 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Nine
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18-year-old vote may be

approved
WASHINGTON 0A")- Illinois Hou
ratified the 18-year-old vote ratil
amendment to the Constitution pon
yesterday, becoming the 35th but
state to do so, while two more Th
states appeared ready to give law
their approval to the proposal. the
With these two states in, only Gov
one more state would be needed cial
to reach the 38 required to make Fa
the measure the 26th amendment into
to the Constitution. day
The Alabama legislature, which In
has passed ratification measures the<
in both houses, is held up on con- acti
currence between the two chaim- next
bers. Ra
In North Carolina, where the wou

by states soon

the ann arbor film cooperative presents
Jack Lemon (as comic villain), Tony Curtis, and
Natalie Wood in the 2-and-a-half-hour
uproarious, rollicking comedy
THE GREAT RACE
directed by BLAKE EDWARDS (The Pink Panther, Shot
n the Dark, The Party). IN COLOR
Secial Holiday Show-Sunday, July 4
auditorium a 7:00 & -1 only 75c
ongell hall 9:45 p.m. children 35c

se already has passed the
fication; the issue was post-
ed by the Senate until today,
ratification is expected.
he proposal could become
as early as tomorrow when
Oklahoma legislature answers
. David Hall's call for a spe-
session to ratify.
ailing that, Wyoming comes
a special session next Tues-
for the same purpose.
Ohio, the Senate approved
amendment yesterday. House
.on is expected this week or
t.
atification by week's end
ld set a record for speed,

T'contirnues to use
anti-pigeon solutions
By ZACHARY SCHILLER The chemical affects the ner-
The University building main- vous system of the bird, Smith
tanance program will continue explains, literally making him
to use the chemical Avitrol as terrify other pigeons.
the primary means to control While the use of the chemi-
the campus pigeon population. cal, which is spread on grain
* The use of Avitrol was con- on the tops of several Univer-
tested last month when Nesta sity buildings, was suspended,
Spink, assistant curator of the University officials investigated
Museum of Art, found several possible substitute for Avitrol,
dead birds outside the building but were unable to find any
and complained to University chemical both economical and
officials. effective to use.
Donald Wendel, plant man- Wendel said yesterday t h a t
4 ager, has said that bird drop- since the pigeon population
pings deface University build- needs to be controlled, the Uni-
ings while also posing a health versity will continue to use Avi-
hazard to University employes trol until a more suitable chem-
who work on the tops of build- ical can be found to replace it.
ings. He claimed that pigeon mortal-
Use of the chemical was tem- ity is negligable when Avitrol is
porarily halted last month when only used in small doses now on
do it was discovered that Avitrol University buildings.
can be fatal to pigeons. Robert Dennis, senior safety
Richard Smith, staff biolo- coordinator in the department
gist at the Bureau of Sport of Environmental Health a n d
Fisheries and Wildlife, Depart- Safety, said yesterday that the
ment of Interior, has told The pigeon control program is need-
Daily that "the bird that eats ed to protect the health of Uni-
it generally dies." versity employes.
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since Congress only offered the
amendment to the states March
23. The previous record speed
was eight months in 1803-1801
for ratification of the 12th
Amendment establishing proce-
dures for electing the President.
At that time there were only 17
states, with ratification of 13
required for adoption.
The18-year amendment would
allow citizens 18 years or older
to vote in any election. A recent
Supreme Court decision unphold-
ing the new voting-rights law al-
ready has assured them the vote
in elections for president, vice
president and Congress.
Five states ratified the new
voting amendment the first day.
Wisconsin brought the count to
34 by its ratification June 18.
Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 5)
bly for graduates: 1:00 p.m. in Nat.
Sci. Bldg.; signs will direct graduates
to proper stations. Programs: distri-
buted at Hill Auditorium. Announce-
meats: limited number at graduation
announcements for sale at Info. desk,
first floor lobby, L.S.A. Bldg. Candi-
dates who quality for a doctora lde-
gree cram Hackham Graduate School
and who attend the commencement
exercises will be presented a hood by
the University as part of the cere-
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