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'E FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944

PAC Found Green By
As Communist For 16thCoi
Bid for Power Ted Fritsch,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.-(P)- A
Dies subcommittee of the House said DETROIT, OCT. 29-(
today the National Citizens Political half touchdowns here tod
Action Committee "represents the football league victory, 14
Communists' supreme bid for power" 30,844.
in this country. Ted Fritsch, Green Be
In a formal report the subcommit- yard line for the first P
tee said the NCPAC and the Political opening kick-off after a C
Action Committee of the CIO, "are 15 yards to Don Hutson a
now the rallying point for the Com- yards himself on the two pl
munist party and its allied groups lighting the drive. Hutson
and organizations to rise to power by his 19th extra point of the
taking control of a major political give the Packers a 7 to 01
party." The other score, achieved
The findings were submitted by yard pass from Comp to
subcommittee chairman Costello
(Dem., Calif.), and Representatives came just 38 seconds befor
Starnes (Dem., Ala.) and Thomas of the first half. Laws too:
(Rep., N.J.). over his shoulder on the
"The public utterances of the lead- after eluding the Lion s
ers of the Political Action Committee Hutson again converted.
reveal their cynical contempt for the Neither team threatened
processes of Democracy," said the in the second half, thougl
subcommittee of the House commit- once attempted a field goal
tee on un-American activities. ment from the Detroit 34-

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ames Lions, 14-0O
nseeutive VictoryJ
lon Hutson Accouni for Packer.
nd '44 Conquest over Detroit
P)-The Green Bay Packers counted two first
ay to score their sixth straight national prot
to 0, over the Detroit Lions before a crowd ofj
ay fullback, plowed over from the Lions' one-
acker touchdown within five minutes of the
Green Bay 46-yard march. Ivy Comp passed
nd ran 13 -
lays high- The kick was wide. Detroit got in-<
converted -.
season to side the Packer 25-yard line in the
lead. third period but "Flatfoot" Frank
on a 30- Sinkwich missed a placement at-
Joe Laws, tempt for a field goal.
t Lineups:
e the end GREEN BAY POS DETROIT
k the ball Hutson LE Diehl
goal line Croft LT Opalewski
Sorenson LG Battinski
econdary. C. Brock C Wojciechowicz
Tinsley RG Kaporhi
Berezney RT Lindon.
seriously Jacunski RE Matheson
h Hutson Craig QB Callihan
Comp LH Sinkwitch
by place- Laws RH Van Tone
yard line. Fritsch . B Westfall
Green Bay............. 7 7 0 0-14
Green Bay scoring: touchdown. Fritsch,
Laws. Points after touchdown, Hutson 2
(placements). Green Bay substitutes-
ends: Mason, Whebab, Urban; tackles-
Ray, Kuusisto; guards--Bucchanneri; cen-
ters-none; backs-Canado, L. Brock. Per-
kins, Starrett. Detroit subs-ends: Rexer,
Blessing; tackles-none; guards-Liles,
Sirochman; center - Rosteck; backs -
Greene, Hackney, Lowther, Keene.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
VIII.
Physical Disability: Students ex-
cused from gymnasium work on
account of physical incapacity are
forbidden to take part in any public
_______activity, except by special permission
- of the Committee on Student Affairs.
- In order to obtain such permission,
a student may in any case be re-
quired to present a written recom-
mendation from the University
Health Service.
IX.
General: Whenever in the opinion
of the Committee on Student Affairs,
or in the opinion of the Dean of the
School or College in which the stu-
dent is enrolled, participation in a
public activity may be detrimental
to his college work, the committee
may decline to grant a student the
privilege of participation in such
activity.
X.
Special Permission: The special
permission to participate in public
activities in exception of Rules V,
VI, VII, VIII will be granted by the
Committee on Student Affairs only
upon the positive recommendation of
the Dean of the School or College to
which the student belongs.
XI.
Discipline: Cases of violation of
these rules will be reported to the
proper disciplinary authority for
action.
XII.
Officers, Chairmen and Managers:
Officers, chairmen and managers of
committees and projects who violate
the Rules Governing Participation in
Public Activities may be directed to
appear before the Committee on
Student Affairs to explain their neg-
ligence.
TINUOUS FROM 1 P.M.

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Bricker Plans
Four Speeches
ti Sit e Today
By The Associated Press
Political campaigners swung into
the home stretch in Michigan Sun-
day with both parties planning a full
final week's program before the gen-
eral election next Tuesday.
The Republicans were getting set
for a visit by John W. Bricker, their
candidate for vice-president, who
was scheduled to make four appear-
ances in the state Monday.
Bricker To Tour State
Bricker will talk at 1:15 p.m.,
Eastern War Time, in the Industrial
Mutual Association Auditorium at
Flint and at 9:30 p.m., E.W.T., in
the Olympia at Detroit. The latter
address will be carried by a 160-
station national network. Two rear
platform appearances were scheduled
at 9:45 a.m., E.W.T., at Lansing and
at 5 p.m., E.W.T., at Pontiac.
A delegation of Michigan Republi-
can leaders, including Gov. and Mrs.
Kelly, U.S. Senator and Mrs. Van-
denburg and U.S. Senator and Mrs.
Ferguson, was expected to board the
Bricker train at Lansing.
Wallace Assails Dewey
In his final speech at Muskegon
Saturday night, Wallace predicted
Roosevelt would carry Michigan by a
100,000-vote majority. He assailed
Thomas E. Dewey, Republican presi-
dential candidate, as a "milk and
water isolationist," and declared the
President was a man "whose wisdom
is vitally needed" if America is to win
the war and the peace.
Criticizing the record of Republi-
cans in Congress on the repeal of
embargo of arms, on lend lease and
on price control, Wallace said Michi-
gan Republicans in Washington were
a "stench" in the country's nostrils.
Fry Issues Challenge
In a radio broadcast, Edward J.
Fry, Democratic candidate for gov-
ernor, challenged "Gov. Dewey, Gov.
Kelly or any other spokesman of the
Republican party to cite one instance
where a contributor to the Republi-
can campaign fund has voluntarily
gone to the War Labor Board and .
requested authority to raise the wa-
ges of hiswhite collar employes to
offset increases in the cost of living
or decreases in the quality of goods."

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