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HAIGIS ENDORSED BY THIRTEEN PROFESSORS

Ballots Show Faculty Tendency to Split Tickets as Nine Roosevelt Supporters Back Haigis

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Evidence that many members of the Faculty who signed a statement endorsing President Roosevelt for re-election will vote a split ticket on Tuesday was furnished yesterday when it was learned that 13 professors have signified their intention of voting for John W. Haigis, the Republican candidate for Governor.

Nine of the 13 signed a leter reading. "We, the undersigned, who support Franklin D. Roosevelt for President, will vote for John W. Haigis for Governor." Those signing were John B. Crane, Instructor in Economics, Clarence H. Haring '07, Robert W. Bliss Professor of Latin American History: Arthur N. Holcombe '08, professor of Government; Earl G. Latham '30, Instructor in Government; Samuel E. Morison '08, professor of History; Raiph Barton Perry, Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy; Arthur M. Schlesinger, professor of History; Earl N. Stilson '31, Instructor in Government; and Payson S. Wild, Jr., assistant professor of Government.

Four Others Sliant on Roosevelt

Four other Faculty members, who have not yet announced their intention of voting for Roosevelt, also endorsed Haigis. These were Sidney B. Fay '96. Professor of History, Pitirim A. Sorokin, professor of Sociology, Dauold H. McLaughlin, professor of Mining Geology, and Eliott Perkins '23, instructor in History and Literature.

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