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Mich igan,

Bucks

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Conference
Thirteen Wolverines End
'M' Careers in Grid Finale
By PRES HOLMES
(Sports Co-Editor)
One of the wackiest seasons inConference history ends this after-
' noon, and what a finish it is!
The schedule makers couldn't have done a better job if they had
set up the games just this week. After eight hectic Saturdays of un-
predictable football Michigan and Ohio State are barreling neck and
neck down the home stretch and battle it out at 2:00 this afternoon for
" ;s' the Big Nine Championship.
FOR THIRTEEN Wolverines it will be their last game of college
football. Most of them have been around the past two years helping
Michigan take two straight Conference titles, and want more than
anything to help make it three in a row.
The outcome of this afternoon's contest, barring a tie of
course, will decide the winner of the blue ribbon for 1949.
ve) See WOLVERINES', Page 3

ronors

BOB ERBEN (abo

BILL BARTLETT (above)

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DICK KEMPTHORN (above)

TOM PETERSON (below:)

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Latest Deadline in the State

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VOL. LX, No. 48

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NUV. 19, 1949

i

Campaigners Take
Pre-Election Rest
By PETER HOTTON
Candidates took a breather today in the two-week session of open
houses, personal campaign drives and Student Legislature meetings to
be climaxed by elections Monday and Tuesday.
Altogether, an even 100 candidates are fighting it out for slightly
more than 40 positions open on Student Legislature, J-Hop Committee
and the Boards in Control of Publications and Athletics.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA, campus service fraternity, will be out in full
strength to see that no dirty work is done at the ballot boxes.
Last year, four candidates were put on probation for "obvious
fraud in their election," as found after a week of investigation by
Men's Judiciary.
The fraud charges were brought against a Union vice-president,
an SL candidate and candidates for senior and sophomore engineer-
ing class presidents.
** * *
EVIDENCE showed that the ballot box was stuffed at the Engi-
neering Arch.
4 In addition, election officials

LLOYD HENEVELD (below);

World News
Round- Up

BOB VANSUMMERN (below)

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Navy Capt.
John G. Crommelin fired a new
blast at the military high com-
mand yesterday even as the Navy
announced a sharp cutback in the
naval air power that he has fought
to preserve.
PRAGUE, Czechoslavakia -
Czechoslavakia sent 55 persons
to prison yesterday on charges
of spying and indicated more ar-
rests, trials and sentences would
follow in this country's burgeon-
ing purge.
All 55 persons-sentenced to
terms ranging from one year
to life-were accused of trying
to overthrow the Communist
Regime and spying for an un-
named power, presumably the
United States.
* * *
LONDON-Russia has ordered
a Yugoslav diplomat out of the
country on the grounds he has
been spying, Tass, the official
Soviet news agency, reported yes-
terday.
The Tass Dispatch, distributed
here by the Soviet Monitor, said
the diplomat, Yugoslav Charge
D'Affaires Lazo Latinovic, was ac-
cused of spying and subversive
activities in a Russian note handed
to the Yugoslav embassy in Mos-
cow Wednesday. He was told he
must leave the country.
DON McCLELLAND (below)

found 40 fraudulent ballots dur-
ing the counting after the elec-
tion.
"We are taking every precaution
to prevent any repeat of last;year's
occurrence," election chairman
Bill Clark said.
STUDENTS must present their
ID cards when they vote. If voters
for J-Hop Committee do not have
ID cards, they must prove their
class standing by their transcripts,
which may be obtained in the of-
fices of Deans Bromage for wom-
en and Walter for men.
Campaign issues have been
harried and' complex, one can-
didate said. "If we don't get the
biggest vote out this year it
won't be the fault of the candi-
dates' platforms. All the stu-
dents are talking about them."
Election booths will be manned
by several hundred volunteers.
Clark said that several candidates
volunteered, but SL decided that
it wouldn't be quite ethical.
* * *
BOOTHS WILL be placed at
Angell Hall, Union and League,
Law Club, BusAd School, Engi-
neering Arch, General Library,
Waerman Gymn. A booth will be
set up in the Couzens Hall lobby
on Monday and transferred to
Women's Athletic Building Tues-
day.
In case of bad weather, the
booths will be moved indoors,
Clark said.

Many B-29's
Grounded by
USAFChief
Crashes Kill 35
In Two Weeks
By The Associated Press
All B-29's which have not un-
dergone engine "modernization"
or have encountered heavy going
which may have strained them
were ordered grounded yesterday
by the Air Force.
The big ships have figured in
six crashes in the past 15 days-
disasters which have taken 35
lives and left 20 missing.
* * *
THE ORDER, issued by Air
Force Chief of Staff Hoyt Vanden-
berg, did not specify the number
of planes involved, nor did it
mention the recent accidents.-
The latest occurred yesterday
at Tampa, Fla., where a B- 9
plunged into the mud of Tampa
Bay, killing five of a nine man
crew.
The ship had taken off to search
for another B-29 missing in the
Atlantic northeast of Bermuda.
Gen. Vandenberg in his order,
called for all speed possible in
the modernization of the grounded
planes and the overhauling of
those which have undergone
"maximum stress."
In the Bermuda area, mean-
while, searchers were spurred by
faint radio signals and the sight-
ing of two red flares in the 100
by 345 mile search area.
YD 1Near Vote
On CivilRights
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.-(IP)-
A showdown battle over President
Trumans' civil rights program ap-
peared imminent late yesterday at
the national convention of young
Democratic clubs.
The convention yesterday re-
versed a previous stand that the
issue might be brought to the floor,
without approval of the resolutions
committee.
The resolutions committee then
announced it would hold an open
session this- evening.

Bliss Bound
ST. LOUIS - WA) - Vice
President Alben W. Barkley
and his pretty bride were
honeymoon bound last night
-but they wouldn't say
where.
It was somewhere South,
toward a "Shangri La" not
to be found on a map, that
the Veep and the former Mrs.
Carleton S. Hadley took turns
at the wheel of the car he
gave her as a wedding pre-
sent.
UNi11Strikes
Two Blows
At Russians,
By The Associated Press
The United Nations dealt a
double slap to Soviet Russia yes-
terday, when the Assembly voted
to impose an arms embargo on
Greece's Cominform neighbors
and Secretary-General Trygve
Lie ruled against circulating a
Chinese Communist demand that
UN unseat the Chinese Nationalist
delegation.
The arms embargo is in the form
of a recommendation that all
countries refrain from direct or
indirect provision of any arms or
other materials to Albania and
Bulgaria, until those Soviet-domi-
nated countries stop helping
Greek guerrillas fight the Athens
government.
THE ASSEMBLY has no power
--other than moral force-to car-
ry out the arms embargo.
The vote on the embargo was
50 to six, with two countries
abstaining. Yugoslavia joined
its former partners in the
Moscow bloc in opposing the
resolution, though the arms em-
bargo did not apply to Yugo-
slavia.
The United States supported the
proposal, while Israel and India
abstained.
* * *
LIE RULED against circulat-
ing, among UN's 59 member na-
tions, yesterday's demand by Chi-
nese Reds that UN unseat the Chi-
nese Nationalist delegation.
The Nationalists are in exile
and their remnant forces in
China will soon be eliminated,
the Chinese Reds declared.

Robert Q. Lewis
Pleases Audience
By JOAN WILLENS aware of University traditions and
Seeming to be one step ahead of sources of humor.
his audience from the very begin- * * *
ning of theVarsity Night show last COMING prepared for the tra-
night, Robert Q. Lewis, CBS radio ditional cries of "roll 'em up" when
comedian, who was master of cere- he first crossed the stage, Lewis
monies, gave the sell-out crowd at nonchalantly did the audience's
Hill Auditorium an evening full bidding. To their great surprise,
of laughs. the action revealed a pair of bright
Adding local color with jokes red flannels beneath his trousers.
which only a Michigan alumnus
could think up and which only a The harmony of the Vaughan
Michigan audience would laugh House Trio with singers Stan
at Lewis proved himself fully Challis, Bill Brehm and Don
S* Srull comprised a highly ap-
plauded spot of the program,
with their tuneful renditions of
a "Michigan Medley," "Over the
Rainbow," and "Old McDonald."
e The University Concert Band
T - under the direction of William D.
Revelli, played a prominent par
in the program with several num-
bers throughout the program.
A PREVIEW of the half-time
Traditional Ann Arbor winter, music at today's game was offerec
arriving in all its freezing glory, when the band played "Under the
plus the desire to get front seats Big Top" with John Carroll as the
for the Varsity Night show were circus barker.'
reported to have contributed to
the poor showing at the season's SOther band selections were
final pep rally last night at Ferry "Sounds from the Hudson,' fea-
final turing a cornet soloist Charles
Those students who did brave Kirsch, "Pigskin Pageant," and
the blustering winds to vocalize "Michigan in Review."
their "Beat Ohio State" senti- Topflight professional enter-
ments, were in good voice as they tainment ; was presented wher
paraded down State street, waving Margaret King, accordionist fron
flaming torches, behind the Uni- Detroit, played "Vienna Life,'
versity Marching Band. with its many intricate passages
* * * "Maze" and Donkey Serenade."
"AUTOMATIC" Jim Brieske,
famed Wolverine place kicker of FRED MAHER, professiona
the '46 and '47 teams, highlighted ventriloquist, kept the audienc(
the rally with his matter-of-fact amused by his witty dialogue witl
appraisal of today's contest, in his wooden "helper," Skinny Dug
which he pointed out reasons why gan. The vocal talents of Skinny
"Ohio State will be especially were outstanding in his rendition
tough to beat" today. of "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.
Jack Brennan, who played on Carol Neilson, soprano, was
the Wolverine teams of '36, '37 well received by the audience
and '38, declared at the rally with her almost professional
that "there is still no better tra- singing of "Fille de Cadiz," and
dition or attitude better than "Make Believe."
that at Michigan." Carleton Ryding playing "Fire
Don Greenfield, of the Wolver- bird" and "Kiss Me Again" at th
ine Club, introduced Brennan as piano, and several songs by th
the man who originated the mem- TravelersnQuartet, rounded ou
orable quip, "four out of five the student contribution to th
girls are beautiful, and the fifth musical portion of the program.
one goes to Michigan." Members of the quartet are Rob
ert Elston. Wilbur Perry; Gilben

I 'Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!'

CHUCK LENTZ (below)

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