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MODEL OF THEATER: from (I chiss project in tlic Yale Scliool of Architecture Kenneth McDonald is a member of the class of 1954, lives in Jonathan Edwards College, and is the chairman of the 1954 Ydlc Record. Jeremy Dole is a member of the class of 1955, lives in Saybrook Col- lege, and is the chairman-elect of the 1955 Yale Record. Bradford Shaw is a member of the class of 1954 and lives in Branford College. He is managing editor of the 1954 Yale Record and is on the art staff of the Yale Banner. Medford Stanton Evans is a member of the class of 1955 and resides in Berkeley College; he is managing editor of Comment and feature editor of the Yale Daily News. James C. Thomson, 1953, was a resident of Silliman College and chair- man of the Yale Daily News. Daniel Lindley, a member of the class of 1955, lives in Silliman College and is on the photography stall of tlie Yale Daily News. James Suits, 1954, is a resident of Pierson College. Richard Elbrecht, 1955, lives in Timothy Dwight College and is on the pliotograpln- staff of the Yale Daily News. Douglas Adamson, a member of the class of 1955, is a resident of Saybrook College. Peter Alegi and Andrew Dempsey, members of the class of 1956, are on the editorial staff of the Yale Daily News. They live in Saybrook and Branford Colleges, respectively. 128
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r.! ' . ' !l ' .!5!ir.Br!!!l!U ' H! l ' F!i; : ' ! ' ; ' - ' : ' ' ' ' DAILY THEMES " Well, can I tomorrow? " Haldoy held the fish suspended on the string and traced lines in the dirt with its tail-fin. " Mebbe. " YALE DAILY NEWS EIGHT YEAR G.O.P. RULE ENDS QUIETLY by Peter Alegi, 1956, and Andrew S. Denipsey, 1956 At fi:03 last night Harr ' Birne ' , GOP Town Chaimian, told the tense crowd at Republican Headquarters on Chapel Street that " Bill will win by at least two-and-a-half thousand. " Thirty seconds later, the 21st Ward, a Celentano stronghold, reported that Lee was the leader, 880 to 819. and the Democratic surge was on. Five minutes later, with the Lee trend well-established, quiet reigned among the GOP. The Mayor, a cigarette burning dangerously low in the comer of his mouth, faithfully kept the score, ward by ward. Meanwhile in the Democratic office, a small crowd seemed quietly confident from the very start. Dick Lee wasn ' t there, and the squad manning the tally board went about its work calmly and efficiently. The pretty bnmette in charge of the phones at Celentano ' s HQ copied down the totals from the 17th Ward and then said philosophically to the ward chairman at the other end, " You never quite can tell. Some people are funny. " A tally was posted giving Lee the 12th. Immediately shouts of " No, no we won that! " arose. And a recheck showed that to be so, but there was no cheer for the new total. The pall of defeat had already seeped into the smoke-filled room, and it seemed just a matter of time. At 6:25 the GOP leaders, except the Mayor, gave up the ghost when the usually Republican 30th went to Lee. With seven wards left, all eyes turned towards the Mayor, expecting him to concede, but he just kept tabulating the scores on his little pad. The Democratic headquarters began to fill up as the size of the victory became apparent. When the 17th Ward went to Lee by an almost 2-1 margin, the crowd started to cheer the results. But still the whole atmosphere was restrained even in victory. There were congratulations all around, the Town Chairman thanking the workers, and the formalities that end a campaign were fulfilled. At 6:42 the last report came in, a tabulation showed Lee the victor, and the Mayor conceded. A man with a microphone asked for comment, and Celentano said: " My congratulations to Mr. Lee. I do not think that it is customan,- for the defeated candidate to make any comments upon the results, so I shall not. " The Democrats finalK ' decided to act like a winning party, and the word got around that " Dick was going on T ' . " A caravan of cars pointed toward the station; when they arrived, found a winner ' s reception await- ing them. While the Mayor-elect was before the cameras, his supporters retired to the rear of the studios where free setups were being served by three bartenders, while the organi.st played " It ' s Been a Long, Long Time. " 127
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