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turn out in large numbers today unless
they are already politically active.
The group's secretary, LSA sopho-
more Nicholas Kirk, said students are not
terribly concerned with the primaries.
"Students on campus are worried
more about the presidential election
than a small primary that essentially
has no meaning," Kirk said.
LSA sophomore Joshua Bostwick
agreed. "A lot ofpeople say they will just
vote for the nominee in November,"
Bostwick, the group's treasurer, said.
Jerkatis said the Republican group
hopes to raise awareness on campus
this week by putting up fliers in the area
and hosting a series of events for 'Re-
publican Week,' which starts today.
There will be a roundi-table discussion
at 6:30 p.m., in addition to a Thursday

speech by Scott Sherman, deputy cam-
paign director for Romney for Senate,
and a Friday speech by Joe Fitzsimmons,
who is running for the U.S. House of
Representatives' seat currently held by
Democrat Lynn Rivers.
Knott said voter interest could in-
crease when Dole picks a running mate
for his presidential ticket.
Chuck Yob, a member of the Repub-
lican National Committee, said voters
would go to the polls in huge numbers if
Engler gets the vice presidential nod.
"A Dole/Engler ticket would take
Michigan in a storm," Yob said.
The candidates continued to stump in
the Midwest last night. In a visit to
Grand Rapids yesterday, Dole pledged
a simpler tax system, the demise of
several federal agencies and an America
that resembles "what John Engler's done
for Michigan."

Campus Polling Sites
today is the Michigan Republican
primary. Here are the campus
polling sites with the wards in
parentheses. Many campus
residence balls are offering voting
sites for Michigan residents and
University students.
Michigan Union (1)
Alice Lloyd Hall (1)
Bursley H all (1)
Mary Markley Hall (2)
East Quad (3)
South Quad (4)
Other Ann Arbor polling sites:
Community High School (1)
Community Center (1)
Angell School (2)
Burns Park School (3)
Pioneer High School (4)
Ann Arbor YMCA (5)

- The Associated Press
contributed to this report.

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The Episco at Church aL the Uiversity f Mickigan,
presents
Kenneth Leech
Author of We Preach Christ Crucified
the Cowley Publications' Lenten Book 1995
Wednesday, March 20
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
6:00pm- potluck supper
7:00pm- program on prayer
Thursday, March 21
Canterbury House
7:30pm- lecture, "Theology and Ethics: A London
Ministry"
Saturday, March 23
Canterbury House
9:O0-11:OOam
Open House
Kenneth Leech is an Anglican priest from London
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church is located at 306 N. Division St.
Canterbury House is located at 721 E. Huron St.
For more information, call 665-0606

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Republican presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan addresses a crowd in Taylor yesterday. State residents will have the
opportunity to cast their ballots in the Michigan primary today.

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