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TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY TRUIIISDA, VN~tflrII 25, 192

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! 'ALSH INSBUTLER'S SEAT IN US.SEN Y

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GIAIN ONLY 13 SEATS
"Political tides," statedl Dr. Je
iK. Pollock of the political scienice d.
partrnent, in discussing t1
elections, "were the same this y~r :
In past .off-year elections, sl'o..,
som~e drop from the Repuhi. ;:I
tid of12 ,laigseres stranded on the shore. a u
there Senator Butler of Alasah
and Senator Wadsworth of Ne a
The campaign was cehar ,' ri-- G
4,ccording to Ir. Pollock by a ls:_a
!f issues. There were a ire r ii,)
issues w~hich were local but there
were no national issues of1 mechim
portance. The one issue which icus-
ed public interest was prohibionl, t,
w hich was the livest topic of con test, IL
but even that was nhot a national i"
Thue question was raised in oi i
Western states and 1.1 1 n 1' 0 X.
Southern states. in the stater :e
t01 e cluestion was used asp in 11
was purely local. t %. Po I -l1>;~f.
out that the Wets eveni in ;ivh
eight states in whi;ch tlill (1 .,tanofi
prohibition was votcd on a i'8
dum, but in three of
namely, Illinois, Aliss ouri xi 4(;I
t'oria ithe senator xwho w~ le'R
was known to !have ophi:c1;1! A", !>5 '
question of ptoibit in which Ferc the rI
opposite of01i thevote onirtrnhn
Dr. Pollock fur tther poinedotta
both parties are still ie~e ob
dry and it is unulikely hal mi : 1
will be a national issue in 192,,. ow-
ever, it was clear that the WetsL, were E
more active, better organiz:ed anlid had
more money to spend I hian iiay I
cam~paign since the pa slage-zof the#
Eighteenth amendment.
Other features of interest in thei
fcampaign according to Dr, Pollncfi,'
were the blow dealt the Ku Klux [Ulan
and the weakening of the Farm(T -
Labor' bloc, especially- in' Mlinneso t..
Dr. Pollock then wvent on to shoen
the significance of the seweral elec-

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for1 th~e seat ii h1e,,Scanti'21
in his ca)aign 11a di e e IaIIxx
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