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DailyPhotographer Leads Rugged Life

Eugene Black
May Try for



The life of a press photographer
is' no bed of roses-The Daily's ace
sport's photographer Alex Lman-
Ian will attest to that.
He's only been taking news pic-
tures for three years; but in that
short period the diminutive De-
troiter has been roughed 'up by
striking workers, bombarded by icy
snowballs, and nearly trampled by
hard-running football players.
THE STRIKING workers ob-
jected to his taking pictures last
year during a labor dispute in
nearby Clinton. Only the interven-
tion of the union president saved
him from a going over by two
husky strikers.
He got the picture though-
and it was so good that news-
papers and magazines all over
the nation printed it.
The snowballing occuri'ed dur-
ing the Eisler fracas here a year
ago. Little Alex was preched .atop
an automobile getting shots of the
student mob when a barrage of
icy missiles slammed into him and
knocked him to the ground.
* * *
ALEX TOSSED his camera to a
bystander as lie fell, later man-
aged to salvage the film and de-
veloped pictures which were again
printed in leading newspapers.
Being trampled underfoot by
a. brawny football player is one
of the hazards which Alex has
to brave every Saturday aftern-
noon during the gridiron sea-
Taking gridiron action shots for
both The Daily and The Mich-
iganensian, Alex crouches along
Poll Indicates
81st Congress
Will Be Against Price
Control and Rationing
(By The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON-Strong backing
for the Marshall Plan, high sup-
'port prices for farm products, and
repeal of the Taft-Hartley Law
are indicated in an Associated
Press survey of members of the
new Congress.
But sentiment-runs against giv-
ing the President standby price
control and rationing wpowers.
ALMOST HALF the men and
women 'who will make up the 81st
Congress expressed their views on
major questions.
Answers to all or some of the
questions were given by 27 Sen-
ators and, 235 Representatives
who will serve in the new Con-
Many said they reserve the right
to change their opinions if devel-
opmients between now and the
time for actually voting indicate
the need for a change.
* * *
*- HERE are the results of the
1-Do you favor farm support
at present levels? 135 Democrats
and 53 Republicans said they do,
several of them advocating even
higher supports than the present
90 per cent of parity. Six Demo-
crats and 10 Republicans said
they are opposed to price supports
on basic farm commodities.
* * *
2-DO YOU FAVOR giving the
President power to fix price con-
trols and allocations? 93 Demo-
crats and 4 Republicans said they
do. 27 Democrats and 76 Repub-
licans said they do not. 37 Demo-
crats and 14 Republicans weren't
willing to comment.
3-DO YOU FAVOR repeal of the

Taft-Hartley? 94 Democrats and 8
Republicans said they do. 22 Dem-
ocrats and 53 Republicans do not.
37 Democrats and 33 Republicans
advocated revision of the law but
not outright repeal.
* * *
4-DO YOU FAVOR continued
foreign aid through ECA and di-
rect aid to Greece and Turkey?
150 Democrats and 69 Republi-
cans,, said they do. 2 Democrats,
8 Republicans and 1 American-
Laborite said they do not. 18 Dem-
ocrats and 14 Republicans gave
no. opinion.
Michigan's predominantly Re-
publican delegation in the House
tended more toward the GOP
stand on all four questions.
Most marked revelation from
the survey was the fact that half
Michigan's Republican House
members believed some amend-
ments were necessary in the Taft-
Hartley Act.
Four-fifty pages
That's a lot
We print a book
That's real red hot
, 1 _ -_ _ _ _ - - .t

LANSING, Mich. - (P)-Since
the defeat of Governor Sigler last
Tuesday, Attorney-General Eu-
gene F. Black has stepped up hints
that he may run for governor in
Black has told associates that
for the present he has made up
his mind to enter the race for the
Republican nomination in the
September, 1950, primary.
Reacting to the ascendancy of
Secretary of State Fred M. Alger,
Jr., and State Treasurer D. Hale
Brake as possible 1950 Republican
candidates for governor, Black
says he would like to run for the
nomination against both of them.
The attorney general is ad-
mitting that if he does run, he
has his campaign and his slate
of fellow candidates for state of-
fice all mapped out. The campaign
he said would be "the most un-
orthodox campaign the state has
ever seen."
He said he would insist that the
people "vote for my team" (of
state officials) as a whole.
The Port Huron Republican
added he would tell the voters
that if they were not willing to
vote for the "team" then "we
don't want your vote at all."
Will Discuss
'U' Adjustment
Approximately 1,650 University
freshmen and transfer students
will be given a chance to discuss
college adjustment problems with
their former principals and deans
Tuesday at the 20th annual Prin-
cipal-Freshman Conference.
About 290 principals and high
school administrators will be on
hand for the conference, in addi-
tion to deans of several Michigan
junior colleges.
At a luncheon Tuesday for the
visiting educators, "The Articula-
tion of High-School and College
English" will be discussed. Ac-
cording to Registrar Ira M. Smith,
the purpose of the conference is to
discuss college adjustment prob-
lems; make high school to college
transition easier; and enable high
school representatives to secure
information helpful in preparing
future college freshmen.

Daily-BIl Ohlinger.
SPORTS SNAPPER-Daily Sports Photographer Alex Lmanian
strikes a characteristic pose along the gridiron sidelines while
waiting to catch a shot of the Wolverines in action.
the sidelines during every game. Newsweek, Coronet, Pic and Made-
His work this year has been wide- moiselle. His work has also ap-
ly acclaimed by campus readers. peared in all three Detroit news-
* 4papers.
LMANIAN GOT into the bus- Currently he is doing sports
mess of taking pictures quite by photography for The Daily and is
accident. Following his discharge photography editor of the 'Eisian.
from the Eighth Air Force after Lmanian, who is 23 years old,
35 combat missions as a gunner plans to go into press protography
over Europe, he enrolled in a short work after his graduation in Jan-
commercial photography course in uary, 1950.'

L A N D S B I G O N E-otis Brumby, Jr., 8, who weighs 60n
pounds, stands with a 45-pound tarpon he landed off Pass-a-
Grille, Fla., after a battle lasting nearly half an hoar,

AD IF O R A LOST H E A D -Authorities at Florence,
Italy, posted an advertisement (lower-rights for the return of the
head (picture at upper right) of the statue of "Primavera"
(Spring). The head was last seen in mud of Arno river after
wartime artillery duel between German and Italian partisans.
Officials assume that someone took the head for a souvenir.

This was just to kill time un-
til the new term started here
at the University, Lmanian ex-
plained. He got so interested in
the work that he invested some
$400 in a press camera and
started doing free-lance work. +
Many of his pictures were used+
by national magazines including'

Food for Thought
CHICAGO-Two billion 'acres-
less than one-half of the area now
under cultivation-could 'produce
enough food to feed everyone on
earth if proper agricultural meth-
ods wer- used, according to the
English scientist, J. D. Bernal.




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straw hat at garden 'party at her home at Nanking, China.'

U D U E I - Jimmy Edwards, Greensboro, N. C., gives his
new pet, an albino squirrel, a drink of milk.

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F~ K Y C 0 0 K - Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, Wisconsin Repub-
lican, fries chicken for Donna Bern White at his Washington
home. His recipe: quarter-pound butter in heavy pan: add half S W E D I S H C H A M P A T H O M E - ole Tand-
cup water after the butter melts; add cut-up chicken without berg, Swedish heavyweight boxing champion, poses with dog,
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