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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

FRMAY, NOVEMBER X8.1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER iS, 1955

Change Due to Wiliams, Sallade Says

Seating Of
Delegation
Is Probleni
(Continued from Page 1)
In adopting other changes in
convention procedure recommend-
ed by Mitchell's group, the com-
mittee agreed to arrange private
polls of delegations, allowing roll
call votes to continue by states.
The time-consuming public polls
will be allowed only on demand of
one-third of the state's delegates.
Delegates whose credentials have
not been accepted by the conven-,
tion will not be allowed to vote on
the question of their own seating,
an issue that arose in the 1952 Re-
publican gathering.
1200 Delegates
Nearly 1200 delegates to the
1956 convention are expectedas
a result of further rulings by the
committee. States will be given
four bonus votes if they went
Democratic in the 1952 elections
or if they have elected a Demo-
cratic governor or senator since.
These votes will be in addition
to bonuses granted for states which
went Democratic in 1948.
Overall effect of the decisions
will be to give Northern states
more representation than they
would have received had bonuses
been granted only for the 1952
elections, when most Democratic
victories were in the South.
States Allowed Delegate
States will also be allowed two
delegates for every vote cast at
the convention. Formerly, votes
alloted to congressional districts
were not allowed to be split.
Michigan will send a total of
140 delegates to the 1956 Demo-
cratic Convention because of the
election of Sen. William McNam-
ara (D-Mich.). The number of
delegates will be raised from the
40 votes of 1953 to 44. This al-
lows for a maximum of 88 dele-
gates and 52 alternates.
Nationally, states will be al-
lowed 1372 votes as compared with
1230 votes in 1952. They will be
allowed 2744 delegates as com-
pared with 1576 in 1952.

NO
WAITING
at

114 E. William St.
Between Main and
Fourth Ave.
Phone 7191
Sundays Noon to 7 P.M.
OPEN
Daily 10 A.M. to 10 P.MK

Beer - Ice Cubes

NOW! ORDER YOUR

-Daly-Chuck Kelsey
INSIDE THE IECENTLY REDECORATED SGC OFFICE
Result of Quonset Face-Lift:
New Headquarters of SGC

By TOM BLUES
Although unimpressive, the out-
er appearance of Quonset Hut A,
present headquarters of Student
Government Council, is in sharp
contrast to the interior of the
building.
Since SGC took over the hut last
Spring from the old Student Legis-
lature, there have been many
changes made. New partitions and
rearrangement of office space have
apparently made facilities much
more effective.
The hut is patterned into three
units. The front door opens to a
comfortable reception room com-
plete with overstuffed furniture,
coffee table, and various circulars
which visitors may look over while
waiting.
New bulletin boards separate the
reception room and the conference
room, where many committees have
their meetings.
The rear half of the building,
containing desks, typewriters, and

files of SGC members, is reserved
for office work
Over the summer the interior
was painted a bright aqua color,
office furniture was repainted, the
bulletin boards were set up, and a
sign identifying the building was
erected over the front door. New
fluorescent lighting brightens the
building throughout.
However, even with the reor-
ganization, which has helped
greatly in facilitating the Job of
SGC,there is still much to bede-
sired.
Space is the big problem. Even
with the aid of a conference table
there is not enough room for all
the meetings which are constantly
in session. Many meetings are
held in the Michigan Union for
this reason.
Little in the line of improve-
ments can be expected, however,
because when the Student Acti-
vities Building is completed the
SGC offices will be located there.

THANKSGIVING FOWL
Fresh Dressed to your Specifications
by the Farmer who Raised it.
Orders taken this Saturday will be ready for you
Wednesday, November 23
FARMERS' MARKET
DETROIT STREET
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

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Also Flowers,
Home Baked

Seasonal Vegetables,
Goods, and Eggs

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A CHEF KNOWS BEST

Steaks

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Anyone, who knows good food will tell you
that a dinner in any of these fine
restaurants will be a pleasurable

Seafood

experience.

Don't let football week-end

HOMESTYLE COOKING
will complete your football
weekend
FARM CUPBOARD
5400 PLYMOUTH RD. - DIXBORO, MICH.

fare be your problem. Consult The Daily
for Good Eating.

11

N. Main right on U.S. 12

Phone NO 8-9387

Mlake this,
Football
Week-End
one to
Remember
Dine
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Closed Monday.

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CA~FE
The most popular
Oriental eating place in town
Try Our Special
Cantonese-Style Dinner
and Fine Ameriean Food
Orders to take out,
Free Parking in Gas Station

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STEAK, CHICKEN,
SEAFOOD

Your Favorite
BEER, WINE,
and
CHAMPAGNE

Parents arriving! That'
will mean a welcome din-
ner at Golden Apples. I'm
all set for a plate of that
delicious Southern Fried
Chicken. It can't be

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