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THE MICHlIGAN DAILY TUUDAY NV. ,

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GOP Wins Easily tenaw county enabled him to outdis-
tance the Oakland county vote for \ew D eal ot
In Washtenaw Vote his Democratic opponent, John D.
McGillis of Ferndale. McCallum Fully Backe
polled 16,559 votes in Washtenaw*)
(Continued from Page 1) county to 11,138 for McGillis.
Ward Returns Dorr Asserts
Lee N. Brown and Joseph C. Hooper, Ann Arbor wards voted as follows:
First Ward: President-Lan don, 611, ____
were reelected over their Democratic Roosevelt, 565, Thomas, 12, Browder, 3,
pZdli dAr-Lemke, 26; United States Senator-Brucker, (Continued from rage 1)
opponents, Joseph Zwering an - 622, Brown, 515, Mathews, 8, Emory, 4.
thur Lehman. The vote was: Brown, Ward,429. Governor-Fitzgerald, 747, Mur- fessor Dorr said, "and this meant a
16,097, Hooper, 15,938, Lehman, 12,- Second Ward: President-Landon, 1060, great dea lin view of the well or-!
235, Zwerdling, 11,679. 0Roosevelt, 1304, Thomas, 13, Browder, 1, ganized Democratic machine. Also,
235,Zwerling 11,79.Lemke, 52. United States Senator-Brucker,
Other county results were: drain 1076, Brown, 1214, Mathews, 8, Emory, 1, the G.O.P. made the great blunder
commissioner Tuomy (R) 16,457, Mil- ward, 45. GovernorFitzgerald, 1316, Mur- of wooing Al Smith." Professor Dorr
ler (D) 11,553; coroner: Ganzhorn, Third Ward: President-Landon, 789, was of the opinion that the Happy
16,987, Harris, 16,359, Martin, 11,355, Roosevelt, 930, Thomas, 6. Browder, 2, Warrior hindered rather than aided
16,987,Lemke, 37. United States Senator-BruckerI
Hannum, 11,107; county surveyor: 80I, Brown, 832, Ward, 47. Governor-Fitz. the progress of Governor Landon's
Raschbacher (R) 16,382, Buckley (D) s rald,974,Murphy, 76. -candidacy.
11,706. Roosevelt, 867, Thomas, 16, Browder, 4, "But the vicious attack launched
Landon Carries County I Lemke, 43. United States Sen ator-Brucker upon the Social Security Act was the
0 38, Brown, 708, Matthews, 8, Emory, 3,uo h oilScrt c a h
Governor Landon carried the Ward, 43. Governor-Fitzgerald, 778, Mur- greatest mistake of all," Professor
Ges- phy,757, Martin, 3. . Dorr said. "This action was definite-
county by 1,500 votes, leading Pres- Fifth Ward: President-Landon, 157, sn
ident Roosevelt, 15,000 to 13,519. Lan- Roosevelt, 252, Thomas, 4, Browder, 3, ly responsible for many votes cast for
don won only the first, sixth and sev- Lemke, 5. United States senator-Brucker, Roosevelt, as was the Republicans'
158, Brown, 239, Matthews, 2, Ward, 7. Gov-
enth wards in Ann Arbor. arnor-Fitzgerald, 189 Murphy, 225, Martin, inability to offer a definite program."
Governor Fitzgerald led by an even Sixth Ward: President-Landon, 1038, An encouraging feature of the elec-
pgreatermargin overhis Democratic Roosevelt. 586, Thomas, 18, Browder, 3, tion, said Professor Dorr, was the evi-
Fran Murhy,18,09 ~Lemke, 20. United States Senator-Brucker, dence that the American people were
opponent, Frn1upy 1,1 o,049, Brown, 557, Matthews, 13, Emory, 4,
8,760. Fitzgerald won every ward in Ward, 23. Governor-Fitzgerald, 1227, Mur- not herded to the polls and that there
Ann Arbor with the exception of the 414, M 5s
Ann rbo wit th excptin ofthe Seven enth Ward. First Precinct: President was intelligent ticket splitting, asfit..-Lno,60Rosvl.52Thm,1,waeidcenMsahutswer
Browder, 2, Lemke, 20. United State, Sen- the voters refused to send a man like
No other total results for state and ator-Brucker. 619, Brown, 546. Matthews
national candidates were available 6, Emory. 2, Ward, 21. Governor-Fitzger- Governor Curley to the Senate while
yesterdaybdtRepublicanswera s-ald, 743, Murphy, 461. the rest of the Democratic slate was
winning hands down.
sured of a substanuiai jead through- WOMEN'S TEAM DEFEATED One deplorable fact was brought
out the county.
Washtenaw county voted heavily to A selected team from the Ann Ar- out by this election, Professor Dorr
reelect Congressman -Earl C. Mich- bor hockey club defeated the Uni- declared. "No longer is there any
ener of Adrian in the second con- versity Women's team by the score real oppositionfrom the minority and
gressional district. Final returns in of two goals to nothing at Palmer --
the county have not been released. Field Tuesday afternoon. The game H. E. PI i L P
George P. McCallum of Ann Arbor scheduled between the women ALL KINDS OF
was assured of victory in the re- physical education majors and the
turns available from Washtenaw and faculty of that department was post-0
Oakland counties in the race for the poned because of bad weather and T
ay Main Stret
state senate. His large lead in Wash- will be played in the near future. OVER CAOW'StDrUGetOR
[AO' DRGSTR

very little can be expected during the
term of the present Administration.
The function of a minority is to act as
a type of check upon the party in'
power, and this we shall apparently
not have.
Another thing that was definitely
decided by the people at the polling
places Tuesday, according to Profes-
sor Dorr, was the termination of the
political aspirations of Father Cough-
lin and Dr. Townsend.
Tryouts To Be Held
For Children's Play
Tryouts for the first presentation
of Children's Theatre will be held l
Thursday, Nov. 5 from 4 to 6 p.m.
and Friday, Nov. 6 from 3 to 5 p.m.
in the League, Margaret Guest, '37,
theatre arts chairman announced
today.I
The first play will be "Hans Brink-
er or The Silver Skates" by M. M.
Dodge, directed by Sarah Pierce, and
it will be presented as the Christmas
play for this year.
Anyone interested in dramatics is
urged to take part in these plays as~
the cast will ihclude persons not
connected with the University as well
as students.
CLOTHCRAFT
JFA L L SU ITs
With STRIPES and PLAIDS
SPECIALLY PRICED

SEVENING RADIO PROGRAMS I

6:00-
WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Early Bird's Anniversary.
CKLW Dinner Music.
6:15--
WJR Hot Dates in Music.
WXYZ Fact Finder.
CKLW News and Sports.
6:30-
WJR Jimmie Allen.
WWJ Bulletins.
WXYZ Day in Review.
CKLW Rhythm Orchestra.
6 :45-
WJR Renfrew of the Mounted.
WWJ Ye Merrie Men of Olde.
WXYZ Lowell Thomas.
CKLW Rhythm Orchestra.
7:00--
WJR William Hiard.
WWJ Amos and Andy.
WXYZ Easy Aces.
CKLW Little Jack Little.
7:15-
WJR Diamond City News.
WWJ Drama: Ty Tyson.
WXYZ Rhythm Favorites.
CKLW Melody Interlude.
7:30-
WJR Lee Lawnhurst and Charioteers.
WWJ Evening Melodies.
WXYZ To Be Announced.
CKLW Andrew F. Kelly.
7 :45-
WJR Boake Carter.
WWJ Don Del Rigo's Music.
WXY~Z Rubinoff.
CKLW Pleasant Valley Frolics.
8:00-
WJR Kate Smith's Bandwagon.
WWJZRudy Vallee's Variety Hour.
WXYZ Big Broadcast.

CKLW Melody Treasure Hunt,
8:30-
CKLW Guy Lombardo:s Music.
9:00-
WJR Major Bowes Amateurs.
WWJ Show Boat.
WXYZ Dream Waltz.
CKLW Gabriel Heatter.
9:15-
CKLW Johnny Johnson's Music.
9:30-
WXYZ WPA Symphony.
CKLW Viennese Vagabonds.
10 :00-
WJR Then and Now,
WWJ Music Hall.
WXYZ Murray D. Van Waggoner.
CKLW Evening Serenade.
10:15-
CKLW Freddy Martin's Music.
1:30-
WJR March of Time.
CKLW Kay Kyser's Orchestra.
WXYZ Jamboree.x
11:00-
WJR News.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Russ Morgan'sMusic.
CKLW News and Music,
11:15-
WJR Mummers.
CKLW Mystery Lady.
11:30-
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ George Kavanagh's Music.
CKLW Al Kavelin's Music.
11:45-
WJR Lions Tales; Eddy Duchin's
Music.
1:00-
WJR Al Donahue's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.

Band Will Entrain
O n Trip East Today
(Continued from Page 1)
company's tenth anniversary pro-
gram between 10 and 10:30 a.m.
The long trek home will start at
11 p.m. Saturday. Ann Arbor will
hove into sight 2:40 Sunday afternoon
with plenty of time for those Monday
morning 8 o'clocks. The football
team will come on the same train
and thus, this time the band will be
there to ,play -when the team comes
home.

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-Its a L-ght Smoke!

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Guard that throat!
Block that cough...that raw irritation...reach for
a light smoke...a Lucky! Whether you're shouting,
and cheering the team, or just talking and sing-
ing and laughing at home, there's a tax on your
throat you can hardly ignore. So when choosing
your smoke, it pays to think twice. Reach for a
light smoke...a Lucky...and get the welcome throat
protection that only Luckies offer-the exclusive
protection of the process, "It's Toasted." Next
time you go places, take plenty of Luckies. They
not only taste good, but keep tasting good all
day long...for Luckies are a light smoke - and a
light smoke leaves a clear throat-a clean taste.
** NEWS FLASH!**
"I've only missed sending in my
w' entry 3 times"-Sailor
Uncle Sam's sailors find time to try their
skill in Your Lucky Strike "Sweep-
;{ stakes." Seaman Spangenberger of
the U. S. S. Mississippi, an enthusiastic
"Sweepstakes" fan, writes: "I've only
missed sending in my entry three times
-I mail them in whenever the ship is in
American waters."
Have you entered yet? Have you won
your delicious Lucky Strikes? Tune in
"Your Hit Parade"-Wednesday and
Saturday evenings. Listen, judge, and
compare the tunes-then try Your
Lucky Strike "Sweepstakes."
And if you're not already smoking
Luckies, buy a pack today and try them.
Maybe you've been missing something.

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