In naming Presidents there is honor, and, sometimes, craft. Last week the choices of nominators and seconders of the candidates for the coming convention began to be known.

Mr. Coolidge chose for his nominator Marion LeRoy Burton, President of the University of Michigan, an old friend. From 1910 to 1917, Dr. Burton was President of Smith College in Northampton, Mass. Dr. Burton is not a delegate to the Convention. He will be furnished with a proxy in order to make the speech.

William G. McAdoo chose for his nominator former...

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