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PAC E TWO.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1948

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Naon Puts Democrats in Ma orityo Key Posions
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ONE LITTLE DETAIL:
Republicans Stay at Home
While Dems Yote.-Campbelf

Newly -elected governors, senators,
representatives. Political affiliation is
marked by R, D, ALP. (X) designates
re-election. Representatives are listed
in order of districts.
ALIABAMA :
senator :John J. Sparkman
(D-X).
Representatives: 9 D; Boykin,
Grant, Andrews, Hobbs, Rains,
DeGraffenreid, Elliott, Jones, Bat-
Jle.
ARIZONA:
Governor: Dan E. Garvey, (D)
Representatives: 2 D; Murdock,
Patten
ARKANSAS:
Governor: Sidney S. McMath
(D-X))-
Senator: John L. McClellan
(D-X)
Representatives: 7 D; Gathings,
Mills, Trimble, Tackett, Hays,
Norrell, Harris
CALIFORNIA:
Representatives: 6 D, 11 R., 6 in
doubt; Scudder, Engle, Johnson,
Havenner, Welch, Miller, Allen,
Anderson, Werdel, Bramblett,
Nixon, Douglas, McDonough,
King, Hinshaw, Phillips, McKin-
pion
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COLORADO:
Governor: Lee Knous (D-X)
Senator: Edwin C. Johnson
(D-X)
Representatives: 1 D, 2 R, 1 in
doubt; Carroll, Hill, Aspinwall,
CONNECTICUT:
Governor: Chester Bowles, (D)
Representatives: 3 D, 3 R; Sad-
lak, Ribicoff, Woodhouse, Mc-
Guire, Lodge, Patterson.
DELAWARE:
Governor: Elbert N. Carver (D)
Senator: J. Allen Frear, Jr. (D)
Representatives 1 R; Boggs
FLORIDA:
Governor: Fuller Warren (D)
Representatives: 6 D; Peterson,
Bennett, Sikes, Smathers, Her-
long, Rogers
GEORGIA:
Governor: Herman Talmadge,
(D)

INDIANA:
Governor: Henry F. Schricker
(D)
Representatives, 7 D, 4 R; Mad-
den, Halleck, Crook, Kruse, Walsh,
Harden, Noland, Denton, Wilson,
Harvey, Jacobs.
IOWA:
Governor: William S. Beards-
ley (R)
Senator: Guy M. Gillette (D)
Representatives: 8 R; Martin,
Talle, Gross, LeCompte, Cunning-
ham, Dolliver, Hensen, Hoeven
KANSAS:
Governor: Frank Carlson (R-X)
Senator: Andrew F. Schoeppel,
(R)

Representatives:
Scrivner, Meyer,
Smith

6 R; Cole,
Rees, Hope,

Senator: Richard B.

Representatives:
Cox, Page, Camp,
Lanham, Wheeler,
IDAHO:
Representatives:
White, Sanborn
ILLINOIS.:
Governor: Adlai

10 D;;
Davis,
Wood,

Russell
Preston,
Vinson,
Brown

1 D, 1 R;
E. Stevenson

(D)
Senator: Paul Douglas (D)
Representatives: 12 D, 14 R;
Dawson, O'Hara, Linehan, Buck-
ley, Gorski, O'Brien, Sabath, Gor-
don, Reed, Mason, Allen, Arends,
Velpe, Chiperfield, Mack, jr.; in-
complete.

Boston Bans
BOWERY BILL

KENTUCKY:
Senator: Virgil Chapman, (D)
Representatives: 6 D; 3 R;
Gregory, Whitaker, Morton, Chelf,
Spence, Underwood, Perkins,
Golden; Bates
LOUISIANA:
Senator: Allen J. Ellender,
(D-X)
Representatives: 8 D; Hebert,
Boggs, Willis, Brooks, Passman,
Morrison, Larcade, Allen
MAINE:
Governor: Frederick G. Payne,
(R.)
Senator: Mrs. Margaret Chase
Smith, (R)
Representatives: 3 R; Hale,
Nelson, Fellows
MARYLAND:
Representatives: 4 D, 2 R; Mil-
ler, Bolton, Garmatz, Fallon, Sas-
scer, Beall
MASSACHUSETTS:
Governor: Paul A. Dever, D
Senator: John I. Fitzgerald, D
Representatives: 7 D, 4 R; 3 in
doubt.
MICHIGAN:
Governor: G. Mennan Williams,
D
Senator: Homer Ferguson, (R-
X)
Representatives: 5 D, 12 R;
Sadowski, Michener, Shafer, Hoff-
man, Ford, Blackney, Wolcott,
Crawford, Engel, Woodruff, Pot-
ter, Bennett, O'Brien, Rabaut,
Dingell, Lesinski, Dondero.
MINNESOTA:
Governor: Luther W. Young-
dahl (R-X)
Senator: Hubert H. Humphrey,
(D)
Representatives: 4 D, 5 R; An-
dersen, O'Hara, Wier, McCarthy,
Judd, Marshall, Andersen, Blat-
nik, Hagen
MISSISSIPPI:
Senator: James O. Eastland
(D-X)
Representatives: 7 D; Rank in,

Barrett, Granahan, Scott, Chud-
off, Green, Schott, James, Lich-
tenwalter, Dague, O'Neill, Flood,
Fenton, Rhodes, Gillette, Rich,
McConnell, Simpson, Kunkel,
Gavin, Walter, Lind, Van Zandt,
Cavalcante, Morgan, Graham,
Coffey, Kelley, Kearns, Davenport,
Corbett, Fulton, Eberharter, Bu-
chanan, e
RHODE ISLAND:
Governor: John O. Pastore
(D-X)
Senator: Theodore Francis
Green (D-X)
Representatives: 2 D; Forand,
Fogarty
SOUTH CAROLINA:1
Senator: Burnet R. Maybank
(D-X)
Representatives: 6 D; Rivers,
Sims, Hare, Bryson, Richards,
McMillan
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Governor: George T. Mickelson
(R-X).
Senator: Karl E. Mundt (R)
Representatives: 2 R; Lovre,
Case
TENNESSEE:
Governor: Gordon Browning
(D)
Senator: Estes Kefauver (D)
Representatives: 8 D, 2 R;
Phillips, Jennings, Frazier, Gore,
Ervins, Priest, Sutton, Murray,
Cooper, Davis
TEXAS:
Governor: Beauford H. Jester
(D-X)
Senator: Lyndon B. Johnson
(D)
Representatives: 21 D; Patman,
Combs, Beckworth, Rayburn, Wil-
son, Teague, Pickett, Thomas,
Thompson, Thornberry, Poage,
Lucas, Gossett, Lyle, Bensten, Re-

The most important fact which
the commercial poll takers failed
to consider when they predicted
an overwhelming victory for Gov-
ernor Thomas E.£ Dewey was that
the Democrats turned out in full
force on Election day, while many
Republicans stayed home.
According to Dr. Angus Camp-
bell, assistant director of the Sur-
vey Research Center, surveys
such as the Gallup poll fail to
give a correct prediction of the
number of voters from each party.
* * *
EVERY POLL had given
Dewey a large lead over Truman,
and some polls even went as far
Smith, Davis, Withrow, Zablocki,
Biemiller, Keefe, Murray, Byres,
Hull, O'Konski.
WYOMING:
Senator: Lester C. Hunt (R)
Representatives: 1 R; Barrett.

Whitten, Whittington, Abernethy,
Winstead, Colmer, Williams.
MISSOURI:
Governor: Forrest Smith, (D)
Representatives: 12 D, 1 R; Ma-
gee, Moulder, Welch, Irving, Boll-
ing, Christopher, Short, Carna-
han, Cannon, Jones, Sullivan,
Karst, Karsten

MONTANA:
Governor: John W.
(D)

Bonner,I

as to refer to the New York Gov-
ernor as "President Dewey."
The sampling methods used
by the commercial poll takers
also tended to slant the results
of the polls, Dr. Campbell said.
The quota system of sampling
permits the introduction of bias,
towards the higher and middle in-
come groups, and tends to under
report on persons in the lower in-
come groups, he said.
* * *
DR. CAMPBELL suggested that,
a random method, which tends to
rule out bias, be substituted for
the present sampling methods. He
asserted that a random selection,
while more expensive, would be
more accurate.
Five dollars
A '48 bargain
Get yours now
And buy at margin
ENSIAN.

Senator: James
(D-X)
Representatives:
doubt.
NEBRASKA:

. Murray
1 D, 1 in

SENATOR HOMER

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Governorf. Val Peterson, (R-X)
Senator: Kenneth S. Wherry
(R-X)
Representatives: 1 D, 1 R, 2 in
doubt; Stefan
NEVADA:
Representatives: 1 D; Baring
NEW HAMPSHIRE:
Governor: Sherman Adams,
(R)
Senator: Styles Bridges (R-X)
Representatives: 2 R; Merrow,
Cotton
NEW JERSEY:
Senator: Rob :ert C. Hendrick-
son (R)
Representatives: 5 D, 9 R; Wol-
verton, Hand, Auchincloss, How-
ell, Eaton, Case, Parnell Thomas,
Canfield, Towe, Roding, Adonizio,
Kean, Norton, Hart
NEW MEXICO:
Governor: Thomas J. Mabry
(D-X)
Senate: Clinton P. Anderson (D)
Representatives: 2 D; Fernan-
dez, Miles
NEW YORK:
Representatives: 19 D, 20 R, 1

D-Lib, 2 D-R-LIB, 1 ALP; Macy,
Hall, Latham, Clemente, Quinn,
Delaney, Delaney, Pfeifer, Keogh,
Somers, Hefferman, Rooney,
O'Toole, Multer, Celler, Murphy,
Coudert, Marcantonio, Klein,
Bloom, Javits, Powell, Lynch, Dol-
linger, Buckley, McGrath, Gwinn,
Gamble, St. George, Lefevre,
Kearney, Byrne, Taylor, Kilburn,
Fuller, Reiglman, Hall, Taber,
Cole, Keating, Wadsworth, Pfeifer,
Tauriello, Gorski, Reed.
NORTH CAROLINA:
Governor: W. Kerr Scott (D)
Senator: J. Melville Broughton,
(D)
Representatives: 11 D; Bonner,
Kerr, Barden, Cooley, Chatham,
Durham, Carlyle, Deane, Dough-
ton, Jones, Bulwinkle, Redden
NORTH DAKOTA:
Governor: Fred G. Aandahl
(D-X)
Representatives: 2 R; Lemke,
Burdick
OHIO:
Governor: Frank J. Lausche (D)
Representatives: 12 D, 10 R;
Young, Elston, Wagner, Breen,
McCulloch, Cleveger, Polk, Brown,
Smith, Burke, Jenkins, Brehm~
Vorys, Weichel, Huber, Secrest,
Sweeney, McGregor, Hays, Kir-
wan, Feighan, Cross, Bolton
OKLAHOMA:
Senator: Robert S. Kerr, (D)
Representatives: $ D; Gilmer,
Stigler, Albert, Steed, Monroney,
Morris, Wickersham, Wilson.
OREGON:
Governor: Douglas McKay, (R)
Senator: Guy Cordon (R-X)
Representatives: 4 R; Norblad,
Stockman, Angell, Ellsworth
PENNSYLVANIA:
Representatives: 16 D; 17 R;

gan, Burleson, Worley,
Kilday, Fisher
UTAH:
Governor: J. Bracken
Representatives: 2 D;
Bosone
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Representatives: 1 R, Plumley
VIRGINIA:
Senator: A. Willis Robertson
(D-X)
Representatives: 9 D; Bland,
Hardy, Gary, Abbitt, Stanley, Bur-
ton, Harrison, Smith, Fugate
WASHINGTON:
Governor: Undecided
WEST VIRGINIA:
Governor: Okey L. Patteson (D)
Senator: Matthew M. Neely (D)
Representatives: 4 D; Ramsay,
Staggers, Bailey, Burnside.
WISCONSIN:
Governor: Oscar Rennebohm
(R-X)
Representaatives: 8 R, 2 D;

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STUDENT couple desire ride to and
from New York Thanksgiving week-
end. Ph. 4901, eves. )3T
WANTED--Student to drive car to Spo-
kane, Washington or vicinity during
Xmas vacation. Call 4151 between
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. )4T
FOR SALE
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At cost price. Ph. 2-2800. )96
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1939 Chevrolet Tudor. Excellent tires.
Good motor. Call 2-5186. Ask for
Herman, Room 7. )7
HOUSE-Whitmore Lake, furnished, im-
mediate occupancy. $1200 down. Call
Ed Kozera, 1107 S. State, 2-5584. )98
ONE Servi-cycle in very good condition,
$125. Call 2-3173 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
weekdays. )5
MOTORCYCLE, Royal Enfield, 1947.
Good condition. 2 spotlights, wind-
shield. Call at 413 S. Forest, Room 7
after 7:00 p.m. )4
HIGH SCORING STADIUM FASHIONS
Come in and gettyour particular
grandstand styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
HOUSE for Sale: Six rooms, close to
campus and S. Univ. Oil heat. In
good condition. Immediate posses-
sion. Price $13,000. T. R. Peirsol &
Co., 212 National Bldg. Ph. 4544 or
4301, evenings 2-6968 or 8540. )8
CROSLEY, beautiful, green sedan, late
1947, motor just completely over-
hauled, radio, heater, defroster and
other extras. $625. Will trade. 3060
Washtenaw, 2-7833. )70
2 Single Breasted Men's Suits, overcoat,
Topcoat. Complete Tux and Tails.
All size 36-38, and in excellent con-
dition. Ph. 4489. )65
DEENA 8 GORE SLIPS
the fine rayon slip that
WON'T RIDE UP
new longer lengths-white only
$2.95 to $5.95. Sizes 32-36
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3
BABY PARAKEETS for training to
talk $6 each. Canaries, bird supplies

PRIVATE Room for male student, off
Hill and State. Call 2-3241, Ext. 28,
between 12 and 3 p.m. )7R

YOUNG woman desires office work.
Business school graduate with several
years' experience. Prefers full-time
work. Will consider part-time or
temporary job. Phone 2-8335. )2E

Attention, Sorority Girls.
Lover-Boy has no Pan-Hel date.
Call Cal, 4187.

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DIRECTORY DELAYED!!! Because the
directory printer has had mechanical
difficulties, the 1949 STUDENT DI-
RECTORY will be delayed until next
Monday. )5P
PRE-SCHOOL DAY CARE. Former nurs-
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her own home. Facilities for two chil-
dren, ten dollars for five day week.
Mrs. Gordon Thorpe, 807 Charles St.,
Ypsilanti. One block east of Prospect,
% block south of Holmes Road. )7P
WANTED
WANTED--Four tickets for Navy game.
Call George, 2-0845, 7-9 p.m. )10W
DESIRE Navy non-student ticket. Call
Ypsilanti 3596-J3, reverse charges. )8W
WANTED-Four Tickets to Navy or In-
diana game. Call George, 5938. )2W
WANTED--Three good tickets, together,
Navy, Bill Wynn. 2-6674. )6W
WANTED--2 or 3 Navy tickets. Call Jim
Pratt, Rm. K32, Law Club. )5W
2 NON-STUDENT tickets for Navy game.
Call 2-5258 after 5:30. )3W
FURNISHED Apartment, Hawaii stu-
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UP TO 5 non-student tickets, Navy
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URGENTLY Needed-4 regular tickets
to Navy game. Ph. 7651, Cooper Mat-
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Combinations of all sizes. Very reas-
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HELP WANTED
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YOUNG LADY to work at soda fountain
full time, no evenings or Sundays.
Swift's Drug Store, 340 S. State, Ph.
2-0534. )6H
STUDENT SALESMEN-Here is a mon-
eymaker. Attractive. New. Nothing
like it on the market. College men
and women want them for personal
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Group sales possibilities. Write Box
153, Michigan Daily for interview.
Give qualifications, phone and ad-
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ARGUS A-2 Camera with leather case.
Reward, Call 4526. )2L
LOST-Man's Wristwatch, stainless steel
case and band. Large face, three dials.
Reward. Riley, 2-4756. )6L
LOST--Fri. night, black leather wallet
containing money and I.D. for Midge
Schlanderer, Gr. Rapids. Finder please
notify Andrews, 9445. Liberal reward.
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WANTED - One or two non-student
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