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sional district.
Republican Gov. John Engler pre-
dictedhisopponentinNovember would
be Stabenow, but said it doesn'trmatter.
"I really think regardless of who
the Democratic candidate is, I've
got a liberal opponent who opposes
our effort to cut taxes, reduce wel-
fare and reduce the cost and size of
government," he said. "I think



they're out of touch with where SENATE
Michigan voters are."
School of Public Health gradu- Continued from page 1
ate studentMeg Whittaker voted for PresidentClintonandDemocraticpoli-
Jondahl in the governor's primary cies in the general election.
even though she didn't think he "It'sjust like a family, you put your
would win. differences aside and you go forward,"
"I think Jondahl is the most quali- Romney said.
fied candidate. He seems the most non- University students supported both
partisian and he is able to work with of the top Democratic candidates for
different groups," Whittaker said. Senate.Rackamgraduatestudent Tony
LSAseniorDanielleWinstonvoted King voted for Pollack in the U.S.
for Stabenow in the governor's pri Senate primary.
mary. "Actually, one reason I voted "Pollack is the only real choice
(for Stabenow) was because she is a among the candidates," King said.
woman," Winston said. King - who worked on Pollack's
"I also liked the fact she supports campaignafewyearsago-supported
families." Pollack's stand on health care.
Exit polls also had the race close. LSAseniorDanielleWinston voted
A poll done for the Detroit Free for Bob Carr in the U.S. Senate pri-
Press and several television stationsby mary. "Carr seems to have a lot of
Lansing-based EPIC-MRA had political experience. He has brought a
Stabenow and Wolpe each at 33 per- lot of jobs to Detroit and he has sup-
cent. Owen trailed at 24 percent and ported educational training for college
Jondahl was at 10 percent. students," Winston said.
The poll of 1,509 voters had a mar- Abraham and Romney were virtu-
gin of error of 3 percentage points. ally tied in exit polls done by Michigan
Asecondpoll,byTheDetroitNews, newspapers and television stations.
had Wolpe with 34 percent and The same polls showed Carr with a
Stabenow at 31 percent. Owen trailed slight lead, but Pollack was well within
with25percentandJondahl was off the the margin of error.
pace with 10 percent. Carr had 27 percent and Pollack
had 26 percent, according to a poll of
2,843 people in 75 precincts statewide
conductedby TheDetroitNews.Itthad
Reh giousThe nominees from each party will
face off Nov. 8 to replace U.S. Sen.
Servces Donald Riegle.
Riegle, aDemocrat, didn't seek re-
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registration this fair'
By Julie Becker the same company that services Michi-
DAILY STAFF REPORTER gan State University's touch-tone reg-
Contrary to the original plan, stu- istration system. The Periphonics sys-
dents at August Orientation sessions tem interfaces with the current CRISP
will not be the guinea pigs for the software, allowing students to register
University's new touch-tone registra- by phone from anywhere in the world.
tion system. This ability to register from a
University Registrar Laura where has been one of the biggest b
Patterson said Monday that the soft- efits of the touch-tone system, said
ware needed for touch-tone registra- Dugald McMillan, associate registrar
tion is not yet ready, meaning that atMichigan StateUniversity. MSUhas
studentswillbeusingthecurrentCRISP been using the system since April 1992.
system for the rest of the summer. The McMillan saidsthat60-65percentof
University plans to have thetouch-tone MSU's enrollment traffic goes through
system ready for trials in September, the phone system, increasing when the
when it will be used for some shedul- weather is bad and students do not want
ing during the drop/add period. to leave their homes to use the comput-
"We want to monitor how the sys- ers. "In the state of Michigan's climo
tem responds to load," Patterson said. logical environment, the phone is very
According to current plans, full- convenient," he said.
scale implementation of the system McMillan added that while the
will come in November. At that time phone system shuts down occasionally
both the new and the traditionaliCRISP due to overload, "Everybody copes re-.
system will be running, so students can ally well."
choose which one to use to register for University officials anticipatemany
winter term 1995 classes. Following changes due to the touch-tone system.
that process, traditional CRISP will be Studentswillbeabletomakeandchange
phased out, so that registration for their schedules from anywhere in
spring/summerand fall terms 1995 will world,a benefit to those who are away
be entirely on the touch-tone system. from campus during registration time.
While the University has heen in- Permanent CRISP workers also
vestigatingtouch-toneregistration since look forward to the change. "Ithink it's
1987, it was only last August that ap- great," said Peter Kessler, an academic
proval for the system came from Pro- services clerk at CRISP. "It'll give
vost and Executive Vice President for students a betterunderstanding of what
Academic Affairs Gilbert R. Whitaker we do here."
Jr. Since that time, the Office of the Kessler said he will have plenty to
Registrar has been working on devel- do even after the traditional CRISP
oping thesystemandresearching voice- system is phased out,
response vendors. However, "we're going to be miss-
The new system will use the voice- ing out on the student interaction," he
responsesystemofferedby Periphonics, said.
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