The Congress: In Oregon

Before the shouting over the Pennsylvania primaries had died away, the fate of another Republican Senator was sealed by ballot in Oregon. There Robert N. Stanfield was up for renomination. The nomination race turned into a free-for-all for the Republicans. There were eight candidates, including one Senator, one woman and one Wet (Oregon is prevailingly Dry). The Senator had against him an incident in a café in Baker, Ore., last fall (TIME, Sept. 28), when he was arrested for drunkenness and never appeared in court to face...

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