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November 03, 1936 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOV. 3,

'The prospects of a close presi-
dential race loomed again on the eve
of the election as the results of anoth-
er straw vote poll were announced.
This one was taken in one of the fifth
grade classes of the University ele-
mentary school. The outcome of thel
balloting was a tie, each of the majorI
candidates receiving 12 votes. I
The poll was conducted by the
members of the class in conjunction'
with the study of the electoral process.
Before voting, the teacher, Mrs. Mary
Livingston, took the class to the of-
fice of the town clerk, where the
processof registration was explained
to them.
On the day preceding the class
election the pupils registered, using
blanks which they had mimeo-
graphed themselves. The signatures
on the blanks were checked with a
second signature made just before
voting,- to prevent stuffing the bal-
lot box.

State Record Vote
Is Expected Today
(Continued from Page 1)
cuting attorney: Albert J. Rapp, Re-
publican incumbent, and Hubert
Thompson, Democrat; sheriff: Jacob
B. Andres, Republican incumbent, and
Ezra Tisch, Democrat; county clerk:
Emmett M. Gibb, Republican in-
cumbent, and Wirt M. Masten, Dem-
ocrat; register of deeds: Katherine
W. Skau, Republican' incumbent, and
Raymond Orr, Democrat; circuit
court commissioners: Joseph Hooper
and Lee N. Brown, Republicans, and
Arthur C. Lehman and Joseph
Zwerdling, Democrats; drain com-
missioner: C. W. Tuomy, Republican,
and J. Lester Miller, Democrat;
coroners: E. C. Ganzhorn and Brad-
ley M. Harris, Republicans, and Ward
W. Martin and Marvin R. Hannum,
Democrats; county surveyor: Harry
k-

G. Raschbacher, Republican, and J. inal procedures; (2) to permit coun-
Paul Buckley, Democrat. ties to incorporate and, on approval l
Michigan voters will also decide on of a majority of persons voting, to
four amendments to the state con- adopt charters; (3) to exempt foods
stitution: (1) to permit firearms from sales tax; (4) to abolish prop-
seized outside dwellings to be intro- l erty taxes and substitute a state in-
duced in court as evidence in crim- come tax.
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WEDNESDAY MORNING

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