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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1951

PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE WO TE MICIGANDAIL

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Conservatives Regain Control

LONDON-(Pl)-King George VI
restored Winston Churchill to the
prime ministry last night as the
victor in a hard fought election
which ends six years of socialist
Labor rule.
The Conservative Party, led by
Churchill, won 318 or more seats
in the 625-seat House of Commons,

and thereby majority control and
the right to name the new govern-
ment. However, its popular vote
was about one per cent less than
that of the Laborites in Thursday's
general election.
* * *
WITH SIX SEATS still unac-
counted for, Clement R. Attlee's

Fund Drive Starts Tomorrow

The 1952 Ann Arbor Community
Chest Fund Campaign will get un-
derway at 8 p.m. tomorrow with
a kick-off rally in Hill Auditorium.
With a $176,600 goal to be
reached, the drive for the city will
continue through November 9.1
The University's quota for this
year has been set at $30,650, an
$8,000 increase over last year's to-
tal, according to Warren W. Chase,

chairman of the Department of
Wildlife Management, and con-
ductor of the campus drive.
Under a ,new voluntary deduc-
tion system, faculty members may
subscribe to a minimum deduction
of $1.50 per month through the
University's eight-month pay year.
Pledge and payroll deduction cards
are now being distributed.

STEIN CLUB MEETING
at the
120 East Liberty
Wednesday, Oct. 31 830 P.M.
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Labor Party had 293 seats, the
Liberals five and others three.
Churchill, 77 next month, re-
turns to No. 10 Downing Street
as the oldest prime minister
Britain has had since Liberal
William Gladstone, 85, resigned
in 1894.
Churchill and his chief deputy,
Anthony Eden, began considering
a cabinet list for approval by the
King. Most of the new ministers
will be members of a "shadow
cabinet" kept in existence during
the Conservatives' six years on the
sidelines. Eden is slated to succeed
Laborite Herbert Morrison as for-
eign minister.
The new cabinet probably will
take office Monday. The new Par-
liament will meet Wednesday to
elect a speaker. It will hold its
first formal session Nov. 6.
* *I *
THE LABOR PARTY polled the
highest popular vote ever given a
single British party, but lost the
contest because many of its whop-
ping majorities came in thewnor-
mally Labor voting industrial
areas. Conservative strength was
more evenly spread.
Labor's popular vote for 616 dis-
tricts was 13,877,922 compared to
13,871,123 for the Conservatives.
The Labor Party had held the pre-
vious high record for the popular
vote with 13,665,595 in the Feb-
ruary, 1950, poll.
Percentagewise, Labor had 49.3
of the popular vote, the Con-
servatives 48.3 and the Liberals
2.4. Labor's winning percentage
in 1950 was 46.7. The Conserva-
tives had 43.9 then and the Lib-
erals 9.4.
With the knowledge that about
14,000,000 Britons voted Labor,
both Attlee and Aneurin Bevan, a
left-wing rival for the Labor lead-
ership, realize they are in a strong
position to influence Churchill's
administration.
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HEARTY SUPPORTER--An enthusiastic Conservative pats
Winston Churchill, new British Prime Minister, on the shoulder
in spite of the efforts of a London bobby to restrain her.
Tory Victory May Help
U.S.-British Relations

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U.S. officials predict that the
Conservative Party victory in Bri-
tain will result in closer Anglo-
American relations, the Associated
Press reported yesterday in Wash-
ington.
However, they concede that some
sharp differences between Win-
ston Churchill's regime and the
Truman administration are bound
to develop.
The first of these conflicts, in
fact, is already in the making.
President Truman is expected to
throw cold water on Churchill's
pet project for a meeting of top
Western leaders with Premier
Staln.
STATE Department and White
House officials expect that Chur-
chill will be coming here around
the end of the year or early in
1952.
At that time, if not before, the
whole idea of a Big Four meet-
ing-Stalin, Churchill, French
Premier Pleven and Mr. Tru-
man-will have to be threshed
out.
On the heels of the Washington
comment, Prof. Marshall M. Knap-
pen of the political science de-
partment saw another potential
fly in Churchill's foreign policy
ointment.
* * *
CITING election returns which

gave left-winger Aneurin Bevan's
followers even greater majorities
while at the same time moderate
Clement Attlee's supporters
dropped in numbers, Prof. Knap-
pen speculated on the existence of
a growing pacifist sentiment in
Britain.
Bevan has come out in the cam-
paign for a decrease in Britain's
rearmament program and a for-
eign policy independent of the
United States.
"Bevan's strength may tem-
per Churchill's natural desire to
line up more closely with the
United States and to take a stiff-
er attitude with Egypt and
Iran," the political scientist
said.

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