WOMEN: Nothing to Eat

The following utterance was attributed by the press to Miss Helen Varick Boswell, delegate from New York State to the Republican Convention:

"The unanimity of feeling for Coolidge will detract from the fun of the convention, but it will make it a great deal easier, too. At the last convention, we had to keep our seats for eleven hours at a stretch, and it was terrifically hot! We had nothing to eat but a few sandwiches and stuff like ginger pop."


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