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POLITICAL POWER
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Latest Deadline in the State
VOL. LXIV, No. 24 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1953

FAIR AND WARM
EIGHTEEN PAGES

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Sen. Young Asks
Benson To Quit
ND Republican Says Secretary
Has 'Lost Confidence of Farmers'
WASHINGTON - UP) - Sen. Young (R-ND) said yesterday Sec-
retary of Agriculture Benson ought to quit the Cabinet because "he
has lost the confidence of the farmers."
Young, one of the authors of the present parity price support
law, previously had been critical of Bensonfor failing to give a full
measure of backing to crop price props. But recently the North Da-
kota senator said he believed the secretary was gaining ground with
the farmers.
HOWEVER, Young said in a telephone interview he interprets
the election of a Democrat in Wisconsin's traditionally Republican
"9th Congressional District as a

Three TD Passes
'Dune' Wildcats
Branoff, Kress, Veselenak Cash In
On McDonald's Tochdown Tosses
By PAUL GREENBERG
Associate Sports Editor
Duncan McDonald, wiry Flint junior with a radar-equipped pass-
ing arm tossed three touchdown passes to lead his Michigan team-
mates to their fourth straight win yesterday, a 20-12 conquest of
Northwestern.
For the second week in a row, it was McDonald who came off the
bench to show the Wolverines the way to victory. Last Saturday he
tossed a clutch scoring pass to end Gene Knutson for the second
touchdown in Michigan's 14-13 conquest of the Iowa Hawkeyes.
S * * *
YESTERDAY HE FOUND Tony Branoff, John Veselenak and
Ted Kress for scoring tosses and converted twice after Branoff missed
his extra point attempt following * *
the Wolverines first score. Each eTc oo
time, Michigan waited until the qare
last minute of play in the quarter gh S h o

Italy Alerts
3 Divisions
Near Trieste
UDINE, Italy - (P) - Three of
Italy's top NATO divisions facing
the Yugoslav frontier north of Tri-
este were ordered on a state of
emergency a few minutes before
midnight yesterday
Leaves were canceled for the
first time in the nine-day fiareup
between Italy. and Yugoslavia over
the British-American decision on
Trieste.
* * *
JEEP patrols were sent around
to notify officers in their homes
and call in soldiers from bars and
* cafes.
Divisions affected are the Ar.
iete Battering Ram, which is ful-
ly equipped with the new U.S.
Patton tanks, and the Mantova
and Cremona infantry units.
In addition, army officers here
heard the order also applied to the
Julia Alpine Brigade based far-
ther north.
THE ARIETE armored and the
Matova and Cremona infantry all
* are based on an arc facing Italy's
frontier with Yugoslavia.
The Yugoslav radio in Bel-
grade reported late last night
that Italian troop reinforce-
ments were moving into the area
of Gorizia. That is 30 miles due
east of Udine and about 20 miles
north of the Trieste Free Ter-
ritory.
No specifiic announcement was
made on the reason for the state
of emergency.
A senior Italian officer here said
part of one division is to be moved
closer to the Gorizia area.
* * *
GORIZIA is a key frontier
town, most of it on the Italian
side, with barbed wire marking
the police-guarded border.
So ,far no disorders have been
reported there.
The officer here implied the
movement was only to "counter-
balance" recent Yugoslav rein-
forcements on the east side of
the frontier in that area.
Another high ranking officer
based here said military authori-
ties. were "sorry for undue con-
cern" caused in Udine late yester-
day when jeeps went around noti-
fying officers and soldiers.

symbol of widespread farmer dis-
content.
Any serious defection among
the farmers would be certain to
threaten Republican control ofj
Congress in next year's elections
and both parties have been
watching agricultural develop-
ments closely.
"I doubt very much that Secre-
tary Benson can regain the confi-
dence the farmers have lost in him
because of their uncertainty over
his policies," Young said.
. * *
YOUNG, who heads the Senate
appropriations agriculture sub-
committee, said he was disap-
pointed in President Eisenhower's
farm speech in Kansas City last
Thursday.
In that speech the President
said the Administration is study-
ing the farm problem thorough-
ly and will come up with a sound,
comprehensive program before
Congress meets again. He said
the principle of price supports
would be continued but gave no
details.
"The speech was too indefinite,"
Young said. "Things, are getting
to the point where the farmers
want some definite commitments.
Some of them, particularly World
War II veterans, are in desperate
financial difficulties."
* S *
DEMOCRATS generally had the
same reaction to the Eisenhower
address and Clayton Fritchey,
deputy director of the Democrat-
ic National Committee, said with
a grin: "It's just what we hoped
the President would say."
BULLETIN
Robert Sewell, '56, and Robert
B. Campbell, '56L, were injured
in an automobile collision at
Ford and Plymouth Rds. after
1 a.m. this morning.
The two students were taken
by ambulance to University
Hospital. The Sheriff's office
said that Sewell may have
suffered internal injuries and
Campbell, head lacerations.
However their condition was not
officially known at press time..
Another auto collision on
Jackson Rd. early this morning
injured five persons. They were
taken by two ambulances to
University Hospital. Names and
conditions were not known.

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to score.
The Wildcats jolted the Wol-
verines by springing back from
a 13-0 halftime deficit to trail
by just one point 12 minutes
into the third quarter. Only
blocked conversions by Gene
Knutson and Dick Balzhiser
kept the Maize and Blue ahead.
With a narrow single counter

Pep Squads
Add to Spirit
By DIANE DECKER
Daily Associate Editor
Most of the noise came from th
north end of the stadium yestera

-Daiy-Malcolm Shata
KRESS RIDES AGAIN-Wolverine Ted Kress picks up a first down in the opening minutes against Northwestern. He compiled a
total of 47 yards on the ground to lead the Michigan ground gainers in that department but it was a marked contrast, to the 218
yards stolen from the Wildcats last year at Evanston when Kress set a Big Ten record.

Med School
Needs Told
By Ruthven
President-Emeritus Alexander G.
Ruthven, speaking to a gathering
of medical students and alumni
yesterday urged reduction of pre-
medical courses to those essential
for a well rounded liberal arts
college program.
The group was meeting for the
annual Medical School convoca-
tion and the Medical School's

lead, Ted Kress grabbed Don; day as 3,200 colorfully garbed state
'FROM THE SOUTH, N SONHaffner's kickoff on the Michigan high school cheerleaders shouted
C11Seats113 and sprinted it out to the26. and applauded the team they came
Peition r 23 letiv Stu-cWorking on the ground, Balzhis- Ito supportt
sr e-ia s der, Kress and Branoff made it a
P dent Legislature seats which first down on the 27 but then Bal- But there was a more distinc-
will be filled during November " . dacci tried to pass and was hit tive, if less audible, sound issuing
campus elections are available O rig i for a seven yard loss, from the sidelines early in the
Iels D t o 5 p.m. today through IUBaldacci hurt his left leg on the fourth quarter when seven-year-
Saturday at the SL Bldg.play and a° delirious crowd of old George Lamotte was tackled
ada a t Michigan rooters greeted the re- inadvertently by Northwestern's
Deadline for returning com- Findings of the second year Detroit area study by the University turn of McDonald to the signal- Lloyd Israels.
ptd pe itions is set for n oon Institute for Social Research, revealed today that 71 per cent of all calling spot. Branoff then scoot- i * * *
seatsraailal aye ofuyer Detroit area workers originally came from outside that region. ed around left end for a 20-yard WATCHING THE game near the
terms, two for one-semester po- Nearly a third of the "immigrants" were from the South. gain, only to have the ball squirt edge of the field with his father,
s, r* * * * out of his hands on the North- University News Service photog-
THE STUDY is being conducted under a grant from the Ford western 49. rapher Maiteland Lamotte, the
Foundation. Designed to determine the social characteristics of the * * * youngster was run down when the
Region through modern social science methods, the survey .took Uni- thTACKLE Art Walker grabbed burly halfback attempted to catch
versity faculty and graduate students into 1,157 Detroit area homes the loose pigskin and the Wolver- an out-of-bounds pass. Israels
'Envoy C sbstaint"he datafromwhich ie ne driveckwas saved.Mcnad made brief but gracious amends.
findings were obtained. ; Krss In the left fiat, the speedy George could not decide
Y**ets H ospital i tailback weaving 47 yards for the whether to be brave or to cry,
WASHINGTON-{A)-Rep. John ALSO included in this year's I clinching score. compromising with a little of
Taber (R-NY) yesterday cited a study were questions about origins n in Td Kress held as McDonald split both. The tears passed quickly
$137,000 home for an embassy sec- and characteristics of Detroit'op n UnET da the uprights for the final point when the Michigan Marching
retary income as an example of families, and basic child-rearing of the game. Band. donated an apple.
"extravagance" that must be halt- practices and attitudes of Detroit Formal opening of the new Vet- Both of Northwestern's third Mrs. Lamotte reported later that
ed if the nation is to have a bal- area mothers. eran's Administration Hospital period scores came on give-aways, her son was not injured, just
anced budget next year. ..ot-w prcn f eri converting Michigan miscues for
Forty-two per cet of Detroit will take place at a dedication cere- thet g pin Jusae Bar scared. Photographer Lamotte's
The chairman of the House area residents have lived there twelve points. Just after Baugh camera, also involved in the scuf-
Appropriations Committee said less than eight years. Thirty mony at 1:30 p.m. today in front hiser had bulled his way through fle, did not come through as well.
in an interview he is hopeful per cent of the total migrated of the building. the center of the Wildcat line for
that the federal budget will be Located at Fuller Road and 15 yards, Baldacci faded deep in- WAS an echo of the past
balncd urngthefica yar population came from the South, to his own territor y to pass but . HEREWAanehofteps
balanced during the fiscal year it was determined. Glacier Way, the 488-bed hospital whist fell short of Knutson, the in the stadium when top hatted
starting next July 1, but added Morris Axelrod, study director, will be open to the public for in- to See 'M',Pa 7salumni of the band performed. Al-
that it will take a lot of belt- said that the survey serves a three- spection following the program, age though their step was not as
tightening. adta h uvysevsatre pcin olwn h rga.spritely as that of the 1953 bands-
fold purpose in training social sci- Notables including Gov. G.
"We have got to balance the ence students in research methods, Mennen Williams, Senators Pot- Tree rO men, they showed some of the same
budget for fiscal year 1955," heI serving as a research facility for MennWlimSntr o-/sakewe.hyto h il
said, adding that he fails to share sacumg ster and Ferguson, Rep. George Israel-Arab Studybefore the game.
the fears of some administration members, and providing. Meader, University President Har-
chieftains that a balance won't continuing research in the De- lan H. Hatcher and Dean Albert By The Associated Pressnotherperformingalumnus
be possible that soon. troit area. C. Furstenburg of the Medical The Big Three western powers was last year's cheerleader cap-
If President Eisenhower doesn't All candidates for the Masters' School will attend the hour-long yesterday called for an urgent tam Dunc Earley, '53E. Earley
send to Congress next year a degree in sociology participate in prbgram. meeting of the United Nations Se- and his unicycle were a familiar
budget that is in balance "we are the project, Axelrod said. Master of ceremonies for the curity Council on "the matter of sight to many of the spectators
going to try to balance it," Taber The research center then takes occasion will be Regent Roscoe tension between Israel and neigh- and the not-so-old grad was
said. over the data for analyzing. 0. Bonisteel. boring Arab states.
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World News Roundup

-Daily-Don Campbell
PRESIDENT EMERITUS
RUTHVEN
'. . . ideal medical school'
Fifth Triennial Alumni Confer-
ence in Rackham Lecture Hall.
* * *
RUTHVEN also stated 3 other
requirements of an ideal medical
school:
(1) An adjustment in tuition
and fees in accordance with a
student's ability to pay, with
subsidies for those who cannot
afford to pay at all, (2) a recog-
nition that a medical school
education cannot be considered
sufficient to the practitioner,
(3) expansion of post-graduate
facilities to enable the practi-
tioner to continue his educa-
tion.
Ruthven said that there was a
present tendency away from the
public spirited and cultered doc-
tor.

MOSCOW TO 'BLUE NOTE':
Over Jazz, Gilmore Tells of Russia

,
;

iau me was spar ea y the
performances of both the Michigan
and the Northwestern bands, giv-
ing the grandstand a chance to
select between two renditions of
'Dragnet." The Northwestern
bandsmen got their licks in first
when they utilized the theme in
the search for Cinderella's slipper.
Basing their show on the well
known fairy tale, the band form-
ed Cinderella's coach and four,
the heroine and Prince Charm-
ing dancing, the glass slipper
and a heart.

By HARRY LUNN
Daily Managing Editor

they admired his candor: he didn'tI
know all the answers about Russia

I

By The Associated Press
PANMUNJOM - Kicks, curses, scuffles and a general uproar
erupted for the-third straight day yesterday when 430 anti-Commun-
ist Chinese prisoners confronted Red explainers seeking to woo them
back home.
One prisoner underwent a three-hour quizzing by Communists
in an "explanation" tent. Allied observers protestingly called it
brainwashing.

From Moscow to the Blue Note- and didn't pretend to.
a strange transition, but Eddy He told them about a Moscow
Gilmore was more than happy to he had known intimately for 11
make it. years-a Moscow characterized
Sitting in the Chicago jazz haunt by the ever-present police, the
listening to his old friend Mugsy athenever-presn ithe
Spaier bast wayon hs goden watching officials and the con-
Spainer blast away on his golden stant censorship.
trurntet, the former Associated Yet there were things he ap-
Press bureau chief in Moscow re-
laxed after a speech before the As- preciated about the Russian cul-
sociated Collegiate Press. tuie s
sThe Moscow Art Theater, out-
A JAZZ enthusiast from "way standing for its presentation of
back," Gilmore reminisced about the Chekov, Dostoevsky and Gogol
his old dixie-land compatriots with plays, drew his admiration.

homework while only in the third His education came at Washing-
grade. ton and Lee and Carnegie Tech-
She learned the basic reading, he played football at both schools.
I writing and arithmetic skills well, * *
and soon after their journey to the LIKE ALL reporters, Pulitzer
free world lost the anti-American Prize winner 'Gilmore has the
indoctrination of the Russian memory of "the most wonderful

schiools. moment of my career." The Michigan band depicted
* But few newsmen could tell, various TV shows, concluding their
THE RELEASE from Russia as he did, that this moment act with a highly realistic per-
represented Gilmore's greatest tri- came in Red Square as J. V. formance of "Dragnet." Other for-
umph, for he had been trying to Stalin was laid to rest with a mations included a horse, the Ar-
get his Russian-born wife and magnificent 1,500 piece band thur Godfrey ukelele, and a famil-
family out of the Soviet empire for plaing a Chopin dirge in the iar sportscaster.
seven years. background.
Now on a long series of lec- And who could say he had been It was a noisy and thrilling aft-
ture engagements, he is writ- in Lenin's tomb as Stalin's casket ernoon for 64,590 fans. The pur-

NE~iW (OPI .TF'AN - Pp e

lnNDnN _... Annt;hPr hntnnr

1,%nVV VXLGH~t - resjuent N- Anotner"THE TEMPTATION is to yield
Eisenhower said yesterday we was bestowed on versatile Win- to specialization," he said.
must "effectively strengthen our ston Churchill yesterday.'to Ruthven also emphasized thel

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