Three Wellesley girls have been polling members of the Harvard Business School to find a connection between the newspaper and commentator presidential choices and those of students.
Results tabulated on the 75 students polled thus far show Elsenhower far ahead with 50 votes, with Taft second, Norman Thomas was given two votes.
The girls hasten to add that these results are not conclusive, as 225 more students must be contacted before any concrete conclusions can be drawn.
There are, however, some definite tendencies that are apparent at present. The surveyors have noticed the influence of the New York Times on the Business students. The paper, which boosts Eisenhower, in read by most of those casting votes in his favor.