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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1958
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I~ePolitical Campaign History on Display Sub,4
By ANN EICULER t
On exhibition in the Michigan
Historical Collections offices in z. " , t )
A Rackham Building are posters '
literature and ballots showing 130 ;aTh
__________________Tickets of the Whig and Na-____
tional Greenback parties from 1846
V~ 5 4 y * and 1882 list names of candidates
on a small piece of paper, quite
unlike the long ballots of today b
~~ ~Posters urging territorial resi-~ t
It E iN~dents to vote in 1839, before Michi-_
4gan reached statehood, are dis-
Lask 04Wb Tbae , 1 4 played as propaganda for both a
l eR 6.,t Democratic and Republican par- I
~h~t hu i~Point Out Cartoons
Ipr'rmut 60S1111"tsrw Posters and political cartoons
ef! which are more pointed than those
7B W149 which would be printed now were'
'I'U M~ciS~~f tt ~part of the political campaign of
IUII~'4 'R~ IS~ ~S the Ku Klux Klan. On the cres-
S1 Re b * w> tionnaires that were sent out by,
hergprgd~ .'k pr this group, voters were urged to '1
giv thei reig on so th t h e 0 " t could be contacted "for the w el- 4 i '"
4 fare of the country." This was
100 years ago. The Klan also sent ,Uf tis~ rttT 3~e~
-Daily-Robert Kanner pamphlets cautioning the public -al-oetKne
party calls its faithful together not to vote for the listed "Roman- POLITICKING-The "after" part of a poster urging voters to
sWdih th e eenfaenppoah- s in 194 renounce the Democratic party, this cartoon depicts the Joys of
doig sme enc-medin in Governor Osborn, In 1914, ap- living under the "protection" of the Republican party. The poster
made by the Whig candidate. pealed to the people for reelection wsue nteGPcmag o lieadLgn
to a second term by citing the wausdithGPcmpgnfrBaendogn
________ _ L_______ good that his Workman's Compen- papers of presidents of the Uni-
sation of 1912 had done for theD e a e 'fie m
DAILY people of tehe state. vrsity are preserved as possible. D bat lenj
Letters Shown Also on display is a letter from#
OFFIIAL Of interest are personal letters an early state campaign mangr To D iscuss
and voting literature written in citing some of the problems ofa
BULLETIN Hebrew, Polish and German to touring the country, and some of N c e r r
voters who spoke those languages. the back-room deals and gossip.Nu ea A n s
Pamphlets appealing to taxpayers Penned to his secretary, the man-
(Continued from Page 5) and temperance men of 1860 to agers letter gives a graphic ac- Two teams from the literary
1880 are also shown in the display count of the chances of his candi- college will debate with two teams
Design, Re. and Dev., Prod., Systems cases.fo date, which were none too good. from the engineering college at
Engrg, "Votefo Prohibition Party Can- Economic Issue 4 p.m. today in Rms. 2008 and
Nov. 6: 7th U.. Civil service Region, didates," says a poster. "The only One cartoon in particular bears 2508, Frieze Bldg.
othe loin in Ill., Ls l Michigann and party acknowledging Jesus Christ reference to current elections. It Topic of the debate will be "Re-
Wise. B.S.: civil, Elec.,Ind. and Mec. In its national platform" had Hon. shows "the fate of the country solved: That the Further Devel-
1U.. citizen. B.S: Architecture. U.. H. P. Fais running for president under the Democrats," and then opment of Nuclear Weapons
cie. .S.: civie .,. and of the United States and Marie C. depicted the joys of American life Should be Prohibited by Interna-
Nov. s: U.S. Naval Air Development Brehm as his vice-president, under the "protection" of the Re- tional Agreement."
and Material Center. Johnsville, Pa. Also shown on display are publican party. Even then, with The two winners, to be chosen
B.S., M.B. and Ph.D.: Aero., Elec. Mech. medals and election pins from the economic issues in the forefront by audience vote, will meet each
and Physics. U.. citizen. Res. and Dev. 1880'. A Teddy Roosevelt button o apin oiia ad-ohra ~.TusaI m
Des., Test. o apin oiia ad-ohra ~.Tusai m
Nov. S: National Aeronautics and dates were charging each other 2508, Frieze Bldg.
Space Admin., Lewis Research Center, with causing~ economic hardshi..
Cleveland, Ohio. B.B. in Aero., ChE, ------
Eleca, E. Math., E.M., E. Phys., Mat'ls, Another feature of the display
Mech., and Met, M.S. and Ph.D. in Aero was a sign calling for a victory N EW Picet o ion E
ChME., Elec., EM., Instr, Mat'ls., Mech rally the day following the election - df
Met, and Nuclear. U.. citizen. Design,HA RS Y E
Nv. 6: Youngstown Sheet and Tube fish-fry down at the river never
Co. Yongsown O.and E.Chlago yry ameabot; he anddat lot.by
Co.,Yo~gston, . ad E.Chiago ameabot, te cndidte ost
Ind. B.S.: Ch.E., Elec., Ind., Mech, and hI E E
Met. Feb. grad. Male U.. citizen. Pro- 1 k
duciton, other. U. I"
dtsPesneClrGae084Notice of U.. Civil service closing - 1k
6. Closing date is Nov. , 1958. Applicas1YOU WILLikesKIke!
ions must be postmarked not ater aiKrmrIsoytw. Ab
than that dat. DavidKr amr-'s oly tw
Information and Editoriai Psitios s ears old but he has a feeling 4 I/*f"P '
_ _ _ __8-,11 s,1,u m 1.Aplesfr rsie____noerdepr
tions will be accepted until Nov. 6 1958 inside him, because he swal- 715 North University
lowed an "I Like Ike" button ______________
ifiedssnt +jetto is3sn' s Daily Classifiteds
RE$PONIBIUT and an assistant Bring Results
ALL NOW VOTE
.,.proud of suffrage
was made in the shape of a Rough COTTAGE NN IZE I
lRiders' hat dangling in a circle. I l N r n A
/Papers Displayed E I~ ,IrL
According to Ruth Bordin, as-_FREEDELIVERY
sistant curator of manuscripts,
personal papers and things rele- "Real Italian Food 3s our Specialty" R5R
vant to Michigan and men from Weekdays 10:30 A.M. -Midnight Fri. & Sat. 1030 AM-2 A.M. RSR
this state are on display for three phone NO 3-5902 512 E. Williams
or four months at a time. -------------------------
"The manuscripts contained In D1 7A ~e A
the library are almost all gifts," TIZ SP C A
she said, with papers dating back PzaadCe' aa . n 0
tto the French period of Michigan PzaadCe' Sld . ony c
im 'ceterritory history As many of the
ind CARRY '
days left till
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