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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURI5AY, OCTOBER 24, 1931

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REP-UBLICANS LOSE
HUESUPREMACY
Y SINLE tBALLOT
Democrats Regain Lead for First
Time in Thirteen
Years.
TO FILL 7 VACANCIES
Lineup Now Stands Democrats
214, Republicans 213,
Farm Labor, i.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.-(IP)-
The Democrats for the first time in
13 years today outnumbered the
Republicans in the house.
The death Thursday of Repre-
sentative Fletcher Hale of New
Hampshire, a Republican, left the
lineup of the house as follows:
Democrats 214, Republicans 213,
Farmier-Labor 1, vacancies 't.
Not since Novemer, 1918, when
Woodrow Wilson appearea dram-
atically to the country for a re-
turn of a Democrauc congress and
saw a RepuoAurxii m ,, iy elect-
ed have trie ulii , ci in tne
ascendan~cy,, eveii Lmporarily.
khe present inecup, however,
will not last untin congress con-
venes in December.
Five' special elections have al-
ready been set for Nov. s to nil
vacancies caused by death. Twoi
are in districts normally Demo-
cratic and three are usually Re-
pubucan. Should they go as in the
past, the house lineup would be di-
viaed, witn each major party nold-
ing 216 votes. Representauve Kvale
of Minnesota, the Parmer-Laborite,
would retain the balance of power.
The other two vacancies present
more cirinculties, but uov. L arson
of New Jersey has called a speciaz
session of the legislature in an ef-
fort to supply another Republi-
can vote for house organization.

Bank Clerk Hoover

SAMMY SQUIRT: "FILLING A VACANCY WITH A VACUUM"

By Lichty

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CLOSED ThE $F S~C.IC -ITS OVER.
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Associated Press Poto
Allen Hoover, second son of the
President, has started at the bot-
tom in the banking business. He is
a clerk in a Los Angeles bank and
it is his first job. Here he is leaving
after a day's work.
Math Society to Meet
The Junior Mathematical Society
will meet at 7:30 Tuesday night, in
room 3011 A. H. At this time the
vacancy created by the resignation
of Ernest Gantz, '34, vice-president,
will be filled by election.

MENTAL GIANT WHO
MAY WIN BACHE
Enters Chicago University at 15,
Graduated from Grammar
School at Six,
Dugal Stewart McIDoughall's pro-J
fessors at the University of Chicago
say that he will earn his bachelor's
degree in two years instead of four.
McDoughall is far above the
average intellect. Virst of all he,
is 15 years old, which is pretty
young for a university freshman;
then too, he has quite a scholas-
,tic record behind him.
While the average child of three
was building houses with little
blocks of wood and hunting tiger~s
back of the living room sofa, Dugal
Stewart McDoughall was busily en-
gaged at reading. At four he was'
writing.
And when fnother dressed the
average child up of six and sent
bim off to kindergarten, Dugal had
graduated from grammar school.

READ AT TIHREE

LOR'S DEGREE AT 17
When this same average child
reached high school and contented
himself with B's and C's, this same
mental giant nad bagged an "A
plus" average at Arsenal Techni-
cal High school in Indianapolis.
But with such a great scholastic
record, McDoughall is not the im-
age of a bookworm. On the con-
trary, claim his classmates, he has
the hulking shape of a football
man.

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MICHIGAN
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500 SAMPLE BOXES GIVEN AWAY ON
OPENING DAY

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Representative Ackerman, a New
Jersey Republican, died only last
Sunday. Under the present law,
a successor in that generally Re-
publican district could not be slat-
ed until January. However, Larson
wil ask the legislature to change
the law to permit an earlier elec-
tion.
The sudden death of Representa-
tive Hale will make it more diffi-
cult for New Hampshire to clos
the seventh house vacancy before
Dec. 7.
CLUB INITIATION
SET FOR TONIGHT
Initiation of new memba!rs into
the Cosmopolitan club, University
of Michigan chapter, will take place
at 8 o'clock tonight in Lane hall
auditorium.
The Club is represented by stu-
dents from about thirty-six coun-
tries whose aim is to enhance an
international conception of univer-
sal problems, and to create under-
standing among the various nations
of the world.
An intellectual program of lec-
tures has been prepared by the club
for this year dealing, with the eco-
nomic, social, and political prob-
lems of the world.
New members are desired at all
times and any student who wishes
to become a member but who has
not signed an application card for
this purpose, may do so by coming
to Lane hall an har prior 1om he
initiation meeting tonight.
The initiation ceremony will be
followed by a musical program and
refreshments.
Discuss Corpanionate
Marriage at 1eeting
Lois L. Heitman, '32, led the di -
cussion on Companionate Marriage
held by members of the Social
Science Club, organization of stu-
dents with social discus i s a its
aim, at the weekly meeting on Fri-
day night in Lane hall auditorhu,
Announcement was made of next
week's program: an open forum
discussion of the disarrmment
question; and of that of th follow-
ing week: a talk on "Corruption
and the Machine in Municipal Gov-
ernmient" by Prof. Thomasi u ,J1 Reed
of the Political Science department.
Wood Explains Steps
in Stuffing of Birds
Explaining the steps taken in the
stuffing of birds for exhibition pur-
poses, James H. Wood, prepertator
in the University museum of zool-
ogy, said, "first the birds are skin-
ned, the leg and wing bones and
the skull being left in the skin. It
is then preserved in arsenic or
borax, a precaution taken to pre-
vent the skin from drying up, smell-
ing, or decaying.

t W HNOW PLAYING
Today, 35c to 5:30 P. M.

1:30
to
11:00

"MONKEY
BUSINESS"
-SUNDAY
George
Arliss
in
"ALEXANDER
HAMILTON"

Tearing Loose on a Dramatic Rampage!

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