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November 12, 1935 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1935-11-12

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Mid-West, East
Holding G. 0. P.
Nomination Key
Changes In Representation
At Convention Weaken
West And South
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.-(P)-
The thickly populated Eastern and
Middle Western industrial states will
-if they vote together - control the
1936 Republican national convention.
Political leaders noted today that due
to shifts in delegate representation
the West and South will have far
weaker voices than in 1932.
In 1932, due to the Republican
landslide of 1928, these states were
in the minority at the convention.
Under the Republican system, states
which went Republican in the pre-
vious presidential andcongressional
elections get more delegates than
those which went Democratic.
The Republican convention next
year will be much smaller than the
last one, due to the method.
The system, designed to cut the
representation of the normally demo-
cratic solid south, works next year to
r'educe the delegations from most
states because of the Democratic
landslides in 1932 and 1934.
Preliminary unofficial tabulations
show the convention will have only
996 delegates next year, compared
swith 1,154 in 1932. The exact alloca-
tions finally will be determined by the
Republican national committee at the
meeting in December or January.
The preliminary figures show the
East, comprising New England, New
York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and
Delaware, will have 300 votes. The
Middle West, including Ohio, Michi-
gan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin,
will have 200 votes.
President Attacks
Trade Restrictions

Aids Prosecution

U.S. Urged By
Roosevelt To
Aid Red Cross
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. - (P) -
Support of the Red Cross "as our
great national relief agency" was
urged today by President Roosevelt.
In an Armistice day statement
marking the beginning of the organi-
zation's annual roll call, which will
be concluded Thanksgiving day, the
President said in part:
"The American Red Cross is 4n in-
stitution in which our people in every
walk of life and in every section of
the nation can unite in a common tie
of brotherhood. It represents them
in their instinctive desire to be of
service to suffering humanity. It
knows no distinction of race, creed
or color. There are no boundary
lines, either state or national, in its
never-ending mission of mercy for
those who are in distress.

Democrats In Ohio
Support Roosevelt
CLEVELAND, Nov. 11. - (P) - A
new Democratic organization, "to
promote the renomination and reelec-
tion of President Roosevelt," was
formed here today by the United
States senator, Robert J. Bulkley.
The move was interpreted in politi-
cal circles as a blow at the Demo-
cratic leadership of W. Burr Gongwer,
Cuyahoga County chief.
Ray T. Miller, the recent Demo-
cratic mayoral candidate, lost the
race by about 40,000 votes to Harold
H. Burton, independent Republican.

Shepard Will Address
National Student League
Prof. John F. Shepard of the psy-
chology department will speak at 7:30
p.m. today on "The, Psychology of
War" before the meeting of the Na-
tional Student League in Room 305
of the Union.
The talk, which is the first in a
series of discussions on War and its
relation to students to be given by
members of the faculty before the or-
ganization, will deal with the psy-
chology of the economic problems
and their relation to international
conflicts. Students and faculty mem-
bers are invited to attend

GRAND RAPIDS, Nov. 11.- )-
Michigan women opened their own
centennial exposition here Monday
with exhibits depicting women's
phase of progress during the last cen-

MT. CLEMENS, Nov. 11. - VP) -
Russell Rogan and Harold Moon Sat-
urday were found guilty of man-
slaughter by a Circuit Court 'ury.
They were tried for the death of Bon-
ner Upshaw.

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Remember the Kiwanis Club Card Party at the
Union Nov. 13, for benefit of crippled children.

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-Associated Press Photo.
Oscar Chaput, a defendant who
pleaded guilty and became govern-
ment witness, is shown leaving the
U. S. District Court in Bismark,
N.D., after testifying against form-
er Governor Langer and his as-
sociates charged with conspiracy in
connection with the use of Federal
relief funds.
R.O.T.C. Society
Prefaces Initiation
With Hectic Hazing
The culmination of a hectic week
was reached Sunday morning by 20
new members of Scabbard and Blade,
honorary military society.
Saturday night, the initiates were
marched out of town, and car-
ried by truck to a point 15 miles from
the University Fresh Air Camu.

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