Francis Scott McBride, bespectacled, square-jawed, rumple-haired alumnus of Muskingum College, is a person of no small importance. As Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of America he inhabits and marches in the boots of the late, mighty Wayne Bidwell Wheeler.* Last week he marched into New Jersey to help the Anti-Saloon League of that State elect a superintendent. Addressing his local brethren he referred to William J. Calhoun, who only a few days before had been made Federal Prohibition Administrator for New Jersey, as follows:


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