The political football game between the Chairmen of the Democratic and the Republican National Committees, with President Harding watching as a vitally interested spectator, continued its alternate progress.

Chairman Hull of the Democratic Committee charged that Chairman Adams of the Republican Committee and President Harding had already divided over the World Court; that Chairman Adams was touring the country to secure Republican backing against the Court; that failing such support Adams would resign.

Meanwhile the Republican National Committee reiterated Chairman Adams' demand that the Democrats say where they stand on the League. This...

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