THE CAMPAIGN: Alarums & Excursions

The progress of a week's campaigning found the combatants seven days nearer to the election.

¶Calvin Coolidge's only political remarks made publicly were near the end of an address at Philadelphia on the 150th anniversary of the convention of the First Continental Congress.

¶Charles G. Dawes took train for Minnesota. He spoke at Rochester, Zumbrota, Red Wing, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Anoka, St. Cloud,* Lake City, Wabasha, Winona (all in Minnesota), La Crosse, Sparta, New Lisbon, Portage, Madison, Stoughton, Janesville, Bardwell (in Wisconsin). Nearly all these speeches, made in three arduous days, were delivered...

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