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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Conilin Begins
Gihb Defense
Gib-eesTwoTestify
Accounts Given By Rempp
And Crittenden Reveal
DiscrepancyOf $5,525
Attorney John W. Conlin opened
his defense of Emmett M. Gibb, for-
mer county clerk charged with em-
bezzlement, yesterday by calling up
two witnesses to explain his charge
Athat instead of a shortage of $5,547
in relief funds, there actually was a
discrepancy of $5,525.93 in Gibb's
favor.
The two men-County Treasurer
Charles E. Crittenden and J. Martin
Rempp, accountant in the county
clerk's office-revealed that there'
was a discrepancy in favor of Gibb
between their reports. It was because
of this discrepancy, Attorney Con-,
lin explained, that Gibb had "juggled"
the figures in the relief accounts, by
seeking to keep the local units from
being denied relief by paying one
month's bills with checks for the pre-"
vous month.
In his cross - examination of
Rempp, Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp
emphasized the fact that the discrep-
ancy between the two accounts re-
sulted only from the different neth-
6as of keeping the records, and that
if the checks on which the case
hinges had . been turned over to
Rempp, they would appear in the

Place and
Timie
L w Union
9 Marjorie Bob
Dahlstrom Speckhard

U Hall Library Engn. Arch

Hutchins
Hull'

10 Joan
Whiting
11 Catherine
Gainey
12 Enid
Wagner
1 Mary
Blockloch

Chester
Bradley
Bill
Hurley
Warren
Solovich
Francis
'AMorley
Warren
Solovich

Harvey
Swados
Marion
Ferguson
Bill
Bestimt
Bil
Bestimt
Bob
Posch

Jue Warren
McKee Robinson

Dick
Sierk

Marion
Phillips

Jean
Shapero
Marcia
Berk
Jack
Gracey

Al
Elias

Helen Harry
Corman Kelsey

Carl
Rohrbach

Shirley
Wallace

2 Doris
Vyn
3 Betty
Lyman
4 Mary

Joe Jack
Harris Gracey

Carl Robert
Rohrbach Fryer

Dick
Strain

Marion
Phillips

Hery Bob
Brummel Shedd

Dick

Bill Versel Bob
Slocum Case Shedd

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Culbertson Strain
Melvin
Seeger

Bill
Slocum

Versel
Case

Bob
Shedd

Hare System Of Proportional
Representation Is Explined

nc

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over.
rney Conlin
plans to callo
to the stand,

said yesterday
six or seven wit-
and that Gibb
n defense either

uesaay or weanesaay.
ir. Rabinowitz To Speak
Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, director of
e Hillel Foundation, will give a talk
. the "Jewish Way" at 11 a.m. Sun-
iy at the Foundation, immediately
llowing the regular Sunday morn-
g Reform Services.
Business
as usual during
alterations
GACH CAMERA SHOP

Voting Method Of Single
Transferable Selection
Will Be UsedTody
An explanation of the Hare systemI
of proportional representation with
the single transferable vote, to be
used in the Student Election today as
issued by Norman Schorr, '40, and
Stuart Knox, '40, co-directors of elec-
tion, is as follows:
All ballots will be thoroughly mixed
and then sorted in packages accord-
ing to the first choice expressed on
each. The total number of valid
ballots shall be divided by the figure
16 to give the quota necessary for
election. If any candidate shall have
received a number of first choice
votes equal to or exceeding the quota,
such candidates shall be declared
elected, and his surplus, if any shall
be distributed to the second choice
candidates by use of the formula:
Number transferred equals surplus
times candidate's second choice.
After the distribution of the sur-
plus votes of all candidates receiving
first choice votes equal to or exceed-
ng the quota, provided there are
still vacanices to be filled, the can-
didate receiving the lowest number
of first choice votes is declared de-
feated and his ballots are transferred
to the packages of the candidate who

is marked as second choice on the
ballot. This process of rejecting the
lowest candidate and transferring his
votes is continued until 16 Student
Senators have been elected with the
quota or until there remain only
enough candidates to fill the vacan-
cies.
The ballots will be brought in the
ballot box to the Publications Build-
ing. The responsibility for bring-
ing in the box will rest with the clerk
who has charge of the polling place
at the time voting ceases.
The ballots after being distributed
into packages on the basis of the
first choice, shall be numbered to
give the check on the total number
of ballots credited to any one candi-
date. If additional ballots are added
to a candidate's package as the re-
sults of transfers of elected candi-
dates' surpluses or of defeated candi-
dates' votes, these too, shall be num-
bered consecutively.
In. the distribution of elected can-
didates' surpluses, the specific ballots
transferred after the number to be
transferred has been determined in
accordance with the above formula,
shall be those on the top of the candi-
date's package, that is, the highest
numbered ones.
The count will be public and all in-
terested persons are invited to be
present. It will begin at 7:30 p.m.
in the Publications Building.
Cases of dispute over the validity
of any ballot cast, or over the count-
ing system shall be settled by the
directors.

SAMPLE BALLOT
UYniversityr of Michigan tudentSenate1
ovember 3, 939
NSTUTJNS
Put the number 1 in the square in front of the name"
of the candidate who is your FIRST CHOICE for Student
Senator.
Put the number 2 in front of your SECOND CHICE,
the numhber 3 ihfront of your TH RC "C1 CE, and so
on, marking as many choices as you wish.
MARK YO UR CHOICES WII jUM ERS ON LY.
DO NOT USE X-MARKS OR Yj}R}BAL16 W{L.L NOT
BE COUNTED. Tk
HUYETT, Dan
BLAUSTEIN, Albert P. _.... . Non-Partisan
BORINN, Leonard J. Independent
DWORKIS, Martin B. Liberal
( COOLEY, Roy Van Liberal
0 ~ JENNESS, Beverly Jacksonian Independent
H ILL, Annabel Young Communist League
II NIELSEN, Paul Liberal Coalition
_ MARANISS,,Elliott Liberal Coalition
ALLEN, James Liberal Coalition
FLANAGAN, Dennis Liberal Coalition
VICARY, Ann Liberal Coalition
LW
Li RHEA, Ellen Liberal Coalition
STEINHART, Betty Liberal Coalition
S REICHARD, Hugo American Student Union
.I . . r . 'A" .- ; '
OLSON, Karl E. Anti-War Committee
. FINEBERG, Mel Progressive Liberal
D MOWERS, Jane Progressive Liberal
L ZUBON, John Dormitory
SCOTT, Jack Progressive
GRANT, Sam
POTOCHNIK, Rudolph Socialist
E , CALLOUETTE, Jack Engineering-Lit Coalition
TYLER, Fred C. Engineering-Lit Coalition
LI- SCHAFRANN, Jay_
D EDMONDS, John P. Independent Progressive
"( LAITNER, Bill Conservative
BOYNTON Charles M.. Liberal
SIEMON, Vivian Progressive Labor
' COWING, George Union Liberal
L_ ROSS, Charles Union Liberal
[ HENDRICK, Elwin Liberal
-- EMORY, Richard D. Conservative
[1I STEUDEL, Richard A. Moderate
CANFIELD, William Conservative
WHITING, Edmund Independent
BOURQUIN, James Conservative

FISHMAN, Shirley G. ._Non-Partisan
FIRST, Wesley Nationalist Coalition
TAYLOR, Robert F. Nationalist Coalition
ANDERSON, John F. Nationalist Coalition
LOVETT, James Nationalist Coalition
HILDEBRANDT, Ted Non-Partisan
WHITE, Arnold Non-Partisan
SKELLEY, Roger

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Phone 8341. Reward. Mr. W. L.
Jacobs.
LOST--Gold Elgin watch in roomr
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All other alterations. Reasonable.
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MISCELLANEOUS -20
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RESS MAKING and alterations.
Skillful work done at reasonable
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SIGMA PHI Epsilon, 733 So. State,
offers 'reward for any information
leading to recovery of football uni-
form and 40' canvas taken from'
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in Any Quantity
. in BottIes
'...*in Kegs with Pumps
Delivered to Your Home
Redy to Serve
Every Day... Every Night
Wines - Mixers - Pops
Package Coal
Or Drive-in for Car Service
30" North Fifth Avenue

Graduates To Hear Game
All graduate students are invited to
listen the Illinois-game Saturday in
the Men's Loungep.of the Rackham
Building.. This is. for the benefit and
enjoyment of those' students who
have no radio facilities, said Mrs. A.
L. Bader, house director of the 'Rack-
ham School of Graduate Studies.

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The Yale Puppetee rs
present
T'S A SMALL WOR
"Today's Headlines in Tonight's Performance"
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 and 4 at 8:30 P.M.

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
All Seats Reserved - 75c and 50c

BOX OFFICE OPEN NOV 1

MAIL ORDERS NOW

Pro-gressive Liberal
(Editor's Note: This platform is being
rerun because of the fact that part of
it was inadvertently left out when 'the
rest of the platforms were published.)
While we believe that a social
awareness, in both national, and in-
ternational affairs is necessary we feel
that the Student Senate shouldr con-
fine itself, in the main, to those is-
sues which press upon student life
and shape it.
Our party name, Progressive Liber-
al, immediately eliminates the stigma
of vascillation that has followed the
name Liberal. Ours-is a dynamic
force, one. which will put teeth into
many liberal aims.
The first thing we will bite into is
student government on campus. We.
feel that democracy, like charity, be-
gins at home. We want a closer knit
student group, representing and co-
ordinating student institutions, to
keep a check on the administrative
and executive actions of the Univer-
sity. We feel that the Boards in Con-
trol of Physical Education and Stu-
dent Publications should be more re-
sponsible to the students.
Jane Mowers, '40
Mel Fineberg, '40

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BEERY'
in"THUNDER
AFLOAT"q
A stirring drama of the
sea... taken from offici-
al records:

YOU'LL SEE IT

She's guilty of the one thing no man can forgive!
But she's happy in the memory of one man's love!
MIRIAM
DVIS HPKIN
TEO LD MAID.

Dean Bennett Appointe
Dean Wells I. Bennett of tiu Col-
lege of Architecture and Design was
appointed to the State Board of Reg-
istration for Architects, Engineers,
and Surveyors by Gov. Luren C. Dick-
inson early this week
.. regardless of the weather

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Blood Bank
PansWorkin~g
Refrigerators Already Put
In UniversityHospital
Work on the proposed blood bank
to be located at the University 'Hos-
pital will be completed soon accord-
ing to Dr. Robert C. Kimbrough.
Although actual plans for the pro-
curing of'blood from non-professional
donors have not been derided defi-
nitely, refrigerators to store the blood
have already been installed in the

TERM AFTER TERM
Undergraduates who know style wear
Stetsons every year. Here's a new
snap brim that's a winner with either
a herringbone or covert topcoat. For a
new style touch, note the new felt band!
TETSON

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