THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, MA~Y 1, 1941
Tomorrow is the Student Sen-
.ate election. The Daily hopes
that everyone will express his or
her opinions by casting a ballot
for the candidates they feel most
qualified to represent that opin-
Lon. In order to help you select
your candidates The Daily pre-
3ents a 'battle page' of the can-
An explanation of the Hare
system of proportional repre-
5entation will be found in to-
morrow's paper, along with the
platforms of Anthony Stam-
polis and Jim Pilcher, which
were omitted today because of
ack of space.
1. Believing that youth is capable
of taking part in the determination
of the conditions affecting its des-
tiny and is cognizant of its stake
in the present crisis, we contend
that student government should be
increased in power and scope.
2. We are in favor of ever' increas-
ing and broadening the educational
opportunities for all.
3. We favor increased federal aid
to college and high school students
in need, more specifically an exten-
sion of the NYA and American Youth
4. We favor equal rights and oppor-
tunities for Negroes and oppose any
social minority groups.
5. We advocate the unqualified de-
fense of academic freedom, which we
interpret to mean complete person-
al liberty for students and faculty
members to ally themselves with any
political or social groups they desire.
6. We believe that the Civil Aero-
nautics 4uthority should be kept civ-
7. We believe in strengthening and
aiding the growth of the student co-
operative movement on campus, so
that the basic needs of all students
may be met. We urge a closer cooper-
ation among the cooperative organ-
izations, independent groups and fra-
ternities and sororities.
8. We favor lower cost dormitories.
9. We are in favor of increasing op-
portunities for faculty-student con-
tact, through agencies such as the
10. We favor exchange scholarships
with the South American countries.
1. We recognize the need for de-
fense and the simultaneous need for
strengthening and protecting of leg-
islation aimed at meeting the elemen-,
tal desires of the great mass of the
American people for peace, security
4. We favor the extension of the
national defense contracts to firms
indicted or convicted of anti-labor
practices by the National Labor Re-
lations Board as subverting labor's
fundamental right of collective bar-
3. We support and recommend the
l extension of the Wages and Hours
Act as putting "a floor under wages
and a ceiling over hours."
4. We favor equal rights and oppor-
tunities for all and the extension of
provisions of the Social-Security Act
to domestic and agricultural workers.
5. We favor the enactment of the
We, the members of the Michigan
1. The Michigan Party has,
throughout the year, increased par-
ticipation and interest in student
2. The Michigan Party in the Stu-
dent Senate has supported the Occu-
pational Survey, the Scholarship Pro-
gram for deserving students, and the
3. In the Senate the Michigan Par-
ty has attempted to guide the Sen-
ate's activities along lines directly
concerned with student affairs
4. The Michigan Party will con-
tinue to actively support the above
5. The Michigan Party will support
the institution of a regular credit
course in current affairs from a na-
tional defense viewpoint.
6. The Michigan Party will work
to improve lighting facilities in all
7. The Michigan Party will endeav-
or to have a smoking room placed in
the library for the convenience of
students during the winter months.
8. The Michigan Party pledges its
active support to all worthy solu-
tions of important campus problems
which can only be accomplished with
your consistent support not only be-
fore, but after, the election.
Ray S. Davis
J. F. Fahrner
Wagner Health Act, providing federal
aid for states which embark upon
low cost medical and hospitalization
6. We favoy a continuation of the
slum-clearance and low-cost hous-
ing program, with special consider-
ation to workers in the defense in-
8. We believe that civil liberties
are the essenced ofour American
democracy and deplore the attempt
to abridge them in the name of na-
tional defense and national unity.
Mary Jane Morris
The first Student Senate election
was conducted in the spring of 1938.
The idea of a student representaive
body had been discussed at length
during the fall of 1937, and the Stu-
dent Senate was the result.
University Of Michigan Student Senate
. . Election May 2, 1941 . .
Put the number 1 in the square in front of the name who is your
FIRST CHOICE for Student Senator.
Put the number 2 before your second choice; Place the number 3
before your third choice and so on as many choices as you wish. Your
ballot will be most significant if all possible choices are indicated. Eigh-
teen will be elected.
Mark Your Choices With Numbers Only.
ZIMMERMAN, John F. ...
KLEIN, Harold ..'........ .
RUSSELL, Samuel B.....
HENDRICKS, Doris Ann ..
GREKIN, Robert H......
DAVIDSON. Gerald E.
STAMPOLIS, Anthony ....
DAVIS, Ray S..........
EBBETS, Dick ...........
EDMONSON, Jack ........
FAHRNER, J. F........:. .
KRAUSE, Bob ...........
McOMBER, Ted ..:.......
MULLER, Keith ..........
STERN, Dick ............
STEWARD, John .........
WALSH, Sally ............
WHITE, John ............
RODNEY, Marvin B. ......
ZARON, David ..........
MORRIS, Mary Jane.... .
HUSTON, John A. ........'
CAMPBELL, Margaret ...
REED, Doris .............
CALL, Catherine .........
WIBLE, Louise ...........
DUNSHEE, Bryant R.
KOHL, Marcia ..........
FREER, Romeo H., Jr. ... .
ORGANICK, Harold ......
HIATT, Janet ............
ROGERS, Frances ........
CLEARY, Lee ....... ... .
SKAUG, Andy ...........
SHAPERO, Jean .........
Win With Willkie
American Student Union
Do Not Use
X-arks Or Your Ballot Will Not Be Counted
American Student Union
We stand for peace. We oppose the
so-called "war for democracy" be-
cause this war is maiming and even-
tually will kill democracy. We op-
pose the fake "war against fascism"
because we see the crimes of Hit-
er committed in its name.
We have democracy when all the
people of the country have enough
to eat, adequate housing, jobs, se-
curity, the right to participation in
their government, and the oppor-
tunity for culture. The people have
been striving to attain even these
elementary demands - the demands
Roosevelt asks them to sacrifice for
an imperialistic war. But they will
continue to fight for real democracy,
and in doing so they must dppose
this war for colonies and profits.
They, not the imperialist government
of Roosevelt will wield America's in--
fluence in enforcing a just peace.
As students we must oppose the
war by opposing its manifestations
on the campus - administration con-
trol of The Michigap Daily, sus-
pension of progressive organizations,
In this day of ever-increasing regi-
mentation of persons and ideas, the
Inter-Guild Party believes fundamen-
tally in a respect for the rights of
Although recognizing the funda-
mental importance of the national
and international situation, we feel
that the, Student Senate can make
its greatest contribution by concen-
trating its efforts on campus prob-
lems. At the same time, however, the
Senate should stimulate interest in
the study and discussion of national
and international, as well as campus
affairs through the furtherance of
forums, parleys, etc.
We support the extension and de-
velopment of co-operatives on cam-
pus as a means of democratic and
economic living. We oppose discrim-
ination against minority groups, and
heartily endorse the efforts of the
Senate to raise a scholarship fund
for worthy students.
It is our opinion that a consider-
able increase in the scope and sig-
nificance of student government may
be attained by effecting a more cord-
ial and co-operative relationship be-
tween the Senate and the University
reduced appropriations to education,
sacrificing cultural education to tech-
nical, military training, or making
it more difficult for students in the
lower brackets to attend the univer-
DA I LY 2-4-7-9 P.M.
NOW PLAYI NG!
%% ALEXANDER KNOX
GENE LOCKHART " ARRY FITZ04RA
"Speaking of Animals"
News of the Day
Coming Sunday -
From the Novel
"F. 0. B. Detroit"
This Is a Proportional Vote - Everv Choice Counts
The Residence Halls house ap-
proximately 2500 students. This very
sizable chunk of the student body has
representatives in the Senate in all
too slight a degree.
It is the central plank in this plat-
form to increase voice and influence
of this large section of campus. In
so concentrated a group, whose prob-
lems and opinions are surely cam-
pus affairs, any inadequacy of rep-
resentation denies the important con-
sideration of well over 20 per cent
of the Student Body.
In making the Student Senate a
broader and more potent student or-
ganization, I believe that the Men and
Women's Residence Halls ought have
a direct and official affilaition with
the Senate. This would virtually as-
sure the Senate of possessing the rep-
resentation of two thousand students
- a goodly share of the Michigan
I cannot too highly emphasize this
single plank in my one plank plat-
form. The complete exploitation of
the excellent opportunity offered by
the dormitories in providing a large,
compact, and well cross-sectionod
mass of students to create and in-
crease a powerful Student Voice.
As a Dormitory Independent, I,
should like to set forth the following
as the tenets for which I stand:
1. That the largely unrepresented
Residence Halls should have a greater
voice and participation in campus
2. That the Student Senate, as rep-
resentative of the campus at large,
can go far toward maintaining and
extending student participation in
pertinent University affairs.
3. That due to the seriousness of
the present situation, the National
Defense program should be expedited
to the limit, but with due regard for
the interests of labor, capital and the
4. That the United States should
recognize its responsibilities in the
world of nations today, and take
whatever positive steps necessary to
ensue the elimination of the disrup-
tive forces of National Socialism and
its adherents. And in further pur-
suance of this policy, America should
take the lead in the post-war set-
tlement - toward the end that all
nations shall have a right and a
very definite obligation, to live in
peace and cooperation.
Samuel B. Russel
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