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public interest," Alsop wrote.
IN WASHINGTON, Selective Service
spokeswoman Joan Lamb said the
agency would have no official comment
until it had a chance to review the
ruling.
University President Harold Shapiro,
who in a February letter criticized the
Department of Education's proposed
rules for enforcing the law, said the
court ruling is a positive one.
"If it gives the University some
breathing space to reassess (the law), I
think it is helpful," Shapiro said yester-
day.
IN HIS LETTER Shapiro said the law
would "impose undue and unnecessary
time and cost burden" on the financial
aid office. The law would also inap-
propriately make the University
responsible for making sure a student
was registered for the draft, Shapiro
said.
Representative Gerald Solomon (R-
N.Y.), author of the amendment to link
student aid to draft registration, said
that if the Minnesota court injunction
becomes permanent, the Selective Ser-
vice System would appeal it. He said he
felt confident the law would be upheld.
"It isn't a question of incrimination,"
he said. "No one is being found guilty
without a trial. We simply added a
qualification for student aid."
DAN LASS, a staff lawyer for the Min-
nesota Public Interest Research Group
(MPIRG), said the law is self-
incriminating because a student who
fails to certify he is registered is

Lass also said the law punishes a
student through legislation and not a
trial.
"Government can't deny you con-
stitutional rights for administrative
convenience," Lass said. "Anyone who
has had an eighth grade Civics course
knows a law like this is uncon-
stitutional. They are selling a student's
rights down the river."
MINNESOTA CIVIL Liberties Union,
which filed the suit along with MPIRG,
said it would ask Alsop to set a hearing
date where it would try to have the in-
junction made permanent.
Harvey Grotrian, the University's fin-
ancial aid director said the decision
might not do any more than delay the
law from taking effect for a year.
He stressed that the law had over-
whelming support in Congress and
would be difficult to repeal.
BUT GROTRIAN strongly objects to
the extra time and work the law would
put on the financial aid office, which
receives nearly 20,000 applications a
year.
A University which provides a non-
registrant with federal funds would be
breaking the law. The student could
receive up to five years in prison and a
$10,000 fine and lose his federal finan-
cial aid.
The plaintiffs in the case are six
students identified only as John Doe,
Richard Roe, Paul Poe, Bradley Boe,
Carl Coe and Frank Foe represented by
MPIRG and the Minnesota Civil Liber-
ties Union.

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