Education: Eastern View

University of Wisconsin as an institution has a long-standing liberal tradition. But not all Badgers are liberals. Month ago the conservatives on Madison's Langdon St. (Wisconsin's swank fraternity row) routed the liberals, elected their ticket* to the board of control of the undergraduate Daily Cardinal. Next day the new board ousted curly-haired Richard J. Davis, a New Yorker and no fraternity man, who had been elected executive editor by the retiring board to succeed New Yorker Morton Newman. The new board complained of Editor Davis' Leftist leanings, said he could not work...

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