The New Road

Wiping the dust of 1923 off their feet, the aspirants for the Presidency in 1925 stepped last week upon the untrodden road of 1924. The party was surprisingly small.

First there was Calvin Coolidge. His followers announced definitely for the first time that he would be nominated on the first ballot at the Republican Convention in Cleveland next June— and gave reasons why. In the Convention there will be 1,109 delegates, and 555 votes will nominate. Asserting that they have eliminated from consideration every state whose delegation may...

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