THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: May 4, 1925

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶Senator Borah's public and private arguments for recognition of Russia have not prevailed. The President admitted that the Secretary of State has written U. S. dip lomats to expect no change in the U. S. policy towards the Soviet regime.

¶Manager Harris of the Senators (Washington, D. C., American League baseball team) handed a ball to the President, who pegged it, short and sure, to Walter Johnson. Thirty-two thousand fans applauded. The Washington season opened. Score: Washington 10, New York 1. ¶The...

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