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TIHE MICHGA1' DVAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1952

Election Roundup
tate - President Senate\
labama (11)-Stevenson
rizona (4)-Eisenhower.................Barry Goldwater (R)
krkansas (8)-Stevenson
alifornia (32)-Eisenhower........William F. Knowland (R)
olorado (6)-Eisenhower
onnecticut (8)-Eisenhower.............Prescott Bush (RY
William A. Purtell (R)
)elaware (3)-Eisenhower..............John J. Williams (R)
lorida (10)-Eisenhower............. Spessard L. Holland (D)
3eorgia (12)-Stevenson
daho (4)-Eisenhower
Ilinois (27)-Eisenhower
ndiana (13)--Eisenhower..............William E. Jenner (R)
owa (10)-Eisenhower
iansas (8) -Eisenhower
Lentucky (10'-Stevenson......,.......John Sherman Cooper (R)
6ouisiana (10)-Stevenson
Vaine (5)-Eisenhower.,...............Frederick G. Payne (R)
Varyland (9)-Eisenhower..............J....J. Glenn Beall (R)
!assachusetts (10)-Eisenhower.......... John F. Kennedy (D)
Michigan (20)-Eisenhower..............Charles E. Potter (R)
Minnesota (11)-Eisenhower
Mississippi (8)-Stevenson................ John C. Stennis (D)
Missouri (13)-Eisenhower...,........W. Stuart Symington (D)
fontana (4)-Eisenhower.................Mike Mansfield (D)
Yebraska (6)-Eisenhower....................Hugh Butler (R)
Dwight Griswold (R)
(evada (3)-Eisenhower
vew Hampshire (4)-Eisenhower
dew Jersey (16)-Eisenhower..........H. Alexander Smith (R)
vew Mexico (4)-Eisenhower................Dennis Chavez (D)
Kew York (45)-Eisenikower.............,...Irving M. Ives (R)
worth Carolina (14)-Stevenson
Korth Dakota (4)-Eisenhower.............William Langer (R)
Ohio (25)-Eisenh~wer... .......... ....... John W. Bricker (R)
)klahoma (8)-Eisenhower
)regon (6)-Eisenhower"
?ennsylvania (32)-Eisenhower............Edward Martin (R)
hode Island (4)-Eisenhower.............John O. Pastore (D)
South Carolina (8)-Stevenson
|outh Dakota (4)-Eisenhower
rennessee (11)-Eisenhower..................Albert Gore (D)
rexas (24)-Eisenhower................ .. .Price Daniel (D)
Jtah (4)-Eisenhower..................Arthur V. Watkins (R)
Vermont (3)-Eisenhower................Ralph E. Flanders (R)
Virginia (12)-Eisenhower...,..............Harry F. Byrd (D)
Washington (9)-Eisenhower................Henry Jackson (D)
West Virginia (8)-Stevenson...............Harry Kilgore (D)
Wisconsin (12)-Eisenhower...........Joseph R. McCarthy (R)
Wyoming (3)-Eisenhower..................Frank Barrett (R)

WUOM Plans
'Japan Night'
Broadcast
In a unique experiment in ra-
dio programming, the University
station, WUOM, will devote an un-
precedented three and one-half
hours on a broadcast about Ja-
pan at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
The "Japan Night" program will
begin with a modern drama trans-
lated from the Japanese by Mi-
chiomi Suwabe, Grad.
The ancient classical heritage
of Japan will be discussed by
Prof. J. K. Yamagiwa of the Far
Eastern Languages and Litera-
tures departments and Prof.
Frank L. Huntley of the English
Department. Student members
of the WUOM Radio Guild will
dramatize portions of a Japa-
nese classic in English transla-
tion.
Prof. Misha Titiev of the an-
thropology department and his
wife will present on-the-spot re-
cordings of folk songs made in Ja-
pan.
According to Waldo Abbot, Di-
rector of the Boradcasting Serv-
ice, if the experiment proves a suc-
pess, in the future other countries
will provide the basis for similar
nights.
SDA To Talk
About Elections
A discussion of election returns
will highlight a meeting of Stu-
dents for Democratic Action 7:30
p.m. tonight at the Union.
Professors Henry L. Bretton and
Marshall M. Knappen, both of the
political science department, and
Jack Widick, member of the CIO's
Political Action Committee will at-
tempt an analysis of key factors
influencing the votes of the Amer-
ican people.
Mr. Widick is Co-author of the
book "U.A.W. and Walter Reuth-
er."
Kelsey House Gets
ScholasticTrophy
The Phi Eta Sigma trophy for
the house with the highest scho-
lastic average in the men's resi-
dence halls will bb awarded to
Kelsey House in the South Quad-
rangle at 5:10 p.m.; today in the
Kelsey House lounge.
A set of books will also be pre-
sented to Kelsey for having the
highest average (2.73) in the
South Quadrangle.
Phi Eta Sigma is a scholastic
honorary for freshmen men.

AA Record
Ann Arbor turned in a record
smashing vote yesterday as 85
per cent of those eligible to vote
polled their preferences.
An un-precedented 20,701-
plus voted from the total reg-
istration of 24,221. People stood
in line for as long as two hours
in the early morning rush on
the city's polling places. How-
ever, from about 2 p.m. on, vot-
ind proceeded without any ap-
preciable wait in any precinct.
cinct..
Cinema Guild
Will Sponsor
Prize Movie
Sponsored by the SL Cinema
Guild, under the auspices of Sigma
Alpha Iota, "Isle of Sinners" will
be presented at 5:30, 7:05 and 9:10
p.m. tomorrow and Saturday and
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Architec-
ture Auditorium.
The first-run film which is cur-
rently showing in some cities un-
der the title "God Needs Men" is
the drama of a group of hardy is-
landers whose priest forsakes them
because they pray for shipwrecks
from which they make their liv-
ing. The God-fearing inhabitants
elect one of their own congrega-
tion to become priest.
Isle of Sinners" was originally
banned by the officials of the 1951
Venice Film Festival because of
the film's controversial approach
to religion, however when the ban
was lifted, the film received the
Festival Grand Prize and was also
awarded a special commendation
from the International Catholic
Film office.
Book Lecture
Heard by PTA
Representatives from approxi-
mately 175 Parent Teacher Asso-
ciation groups from all over Mich-
igan heard Mrs. Ruth Gagliardo
speak on childrens' books yester-
day at the 23rd annual Parent
Teachers Institute here.
As a part of the program, a panel
of four exchange students gage
their views on the life and educa-
tion in Germany and America. The
two German students who are now
attending Ann Arbor High school
compared family life and schools
of America with those of their
homeland.
The American students, who
spent three months in Europe, felt
that they didn't have a fair pic-
ture of Europe since they did not
have time to view the common
people.

Ple dges

Give Fresh

Air Camp

Pain tJob

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Last week was an industrious
one: for more than 250 fraternity
and sorority pledges.
Under the direction of the In-
terfraternity Council they gave the
University Fresh Air Camp a
spanking new paint job and even
managed to finish the project one
day ahead of schedule.
Working in shifts of 100 on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
the sweatshirted pledges wire-
brushed and painted the ten
frame cabins that house the
camp's children during the sum-
mer.
All pledges were notified of the
time they were to work and equip-
ped with a map of the camp indi-
cating the cabins they would help
paint.
Plans for the largest "Help
Week" project in local fraternity
history were begun more than
three weeks ago. The University
supplied the buses, the #IFQ pro-
vided the wire brushes and the
ladders and paint brushes were
borrowed from the individual
houses.
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WITH MAPS IN HAND, PLEDGES HEAD FOR THE CABINS THEY WILL PAINT

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RADIO-CONTROLLED BLIMP-Believed to be first of its kind
in world, a radio-controlled model blimp flies in Detroit. It is
17 feet long and weighs but 72 pounds.
NEW STYLES FIRST AT W ILD'S

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and
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" Periodic Cost of Living adjustment
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Our engineering dept. heads will be ovaloble Nov. 7 to give you

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