President Coolidge put in an appearance at his offices in the Superior, Wis., high school. He was brown and fatter. He had no news. He soon returned to Brule and for the next two days Superior had nothing better to talk about than "Old Mountain," a legendary trout of monster proportions (35 Ibs. and up) which is supposed to live where the Presidential flies are now dropping. On the President's second office visit, he received some St. Paul and Minneapolis businessmen who felt obliged to him for signing a bill this spring to...

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