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rAGL EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

81. NDAY, OCTOBER 28,1954

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MTCIITGA~'J DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1q58

Attention Focuses On Riots
In Two European Countries

By RENE GNAM
Sudden riots and revolution in
Budapest, Hungary, and Warsaw,
Poland, brought an increase in
the number of foreign newscasts
and more column inches in a few
days for the two European coun-
tries than they obtained in the
past few years.
BBC, the British Broadcasting'
Company, announced it would
give special news broadcasts on
all wave lengths throughout the
crisis.
Other overseas stations gave the
Hungarian revolt top billing, and
featured interpretive programs
detailing the history of Hungary
in relation to its present situation.
Gave Additional Broadcasts
The Voice of America inter-
rupted its usual policy of giving
newscasts in several languages
only by adding to the number of
broadcasts in Hungarian.
Even though Poland was under-
going strife and strain at the time
of the Hungarian revolts, both
Warsaw stations gave news from
Budapest first. Broadcasts origi-
nating in Prague, Czechoslovokia,
followed the same procedures.
Budapest radio was off the air.
Meanwhile Communist r a d i o
broadcasting in German from the
Eastern sector of Berlin, filled-air
time with an "exclusive report
on the glory of the Russian
theatre.
Listened At The Union
Here in Ann Arbor Wednesday
night, a Hungarian refugee, Mrs.
Vera Bolgar, a secretary in the
law department, climbed with a
Daily reporter to the top of the
Union tower where they crouched
over a trans-oceanic short-wave
radio, donated by a local music
store.
Mrs. Bolgar, skilled in Hun-
garian, French, and German ton-
gues, in addition to English, trans-
lated reports from Munich and
Paris.
"Budapest still not quiet," she
interpreted, then, ". .. government
claims situation under control but
warns people against armed gangs
still at large."
Demonstrations Reported
"If there are soldiers in the
streets," Mrs. Bolgar asked, "how
can the situation be under con-
trol?"
Reports of additional demon-
strations across the border in

Warsaw

constantly

interrupted

news of the Hungarian revolt.
Last night and Wednesday, BBC
dictated chronological reports of
both the Hungarian and Polish
situations at a learning stenog-
rapher's pace.
American television also gave
the riots first position, but it
was the press that really covered
the week's revolutions.
Times Uses Banner
The usually staid New York
Times ran the story 'lead' under
an eight-column banner headline.
Other papers across both con-
tinents told the story in capital
letters.
In addition to news stories and
bulletins, newspapers carried long
interpretive arteles dealing with
each of the nations involved, in-
cluding the Soviet Union.

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cut four minutes off their previous record time, established last year. The only Gomberger to get wet was team captain Boron Chertkov,
'60, who was tossed into the river by his jubilant crew.

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