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April 27, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-04-27

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ollege Students Prefer McNutt
If Roosevelt Does Not Run Again

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the order namea as leading choices:
McNutt, Dewey, Garner, Hull, La-
Guardia, Vandenberg, Taft, Borah.
Hopkins and LaFollette. Michigan's
Senator Vandenberg has already an-
nounced that he will not run, while
sources close to District Attorney
Dewey have said that he will seek no
higher office.
Despite charges of "Red domina-
tion of American colleges,". Com-
munist Earl Browder was .mentioned
by only 0.28 per cent, and Socialist
Norman Thomas by but 0.39 per cent.
Others who received too few votes
to be counted were Herbert Hoover,
Bennett Clark, .Alfred Landon, Uni-
versity of Chicago's Robert Hutch-
ins and Major Bowes.
LaGuardia received 10 per cent of
the votes of "independent" and Dem-
ocratic students. In other g public
opinion polls, McNutt has ranked no

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The down-beat is faster than the heart's action of a. person standing
upright, according to a test made in New York. Miss Sammy Cunning-
ham holds instrument on Sylvester Blish, for count of 99. Upright it
was 90 beats a minute.

An uninvited gust of wind attended the wedding of Miss Ceelly Bor-
wick and Henry Allsopp at London's Westminster Abbey, producing this
ghost-like scene at the entrance of the church. The bride's veil, snatched
from attendant's hands, enshrouded her.

Salad dressing might go well with, these floral headpieces by Lilly
Dache, worn by models at a New 'York charity exhibit. Morning glories,
mimosa, anemonies and primroses went into the garnishment of these
1939 hats for milady's spring wardrobe.

Scion of royalty, yet heir to an empty throne is two-month old Prince
Louis Ferdinand Friedrich Wilhelm Hubertus Michael Kyrill, held by
his mother, former Duchess Kyra of Russia, at Potsdam, Germany. At
right is the father, Prince Louis Ferdinand; at left, grandpa, Crown
Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, and grandma, Crown Princess Cecilie.

1939 DRAMATIC SEASON
FIVE GREAT PLAYS BROADWAY STARS
Season Tickets Now On Sale
$6.60 - s4,30 - $3.60 - p2.50
GARDEN ROOM MICHIGAN LEAGUE
ARBOR SPRINGS
WATER

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