THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Jun. 6, 1927

¶ Comparisons between the con-gratulatory-message styles of President Coolidge and of Governor Alfred E. Smith were last week available when President and Governor sent greeting to the convention of the Boys' Club Federation in Syracuse, N. Y.

Said the President: "Please give my greeting to the Boys' Club Federation and my sincere good wishes for increased success in the work of training our boys for the responsibilities that will be theirs."

Said the Governor: "Greetings and best wishes for a successful convention of the Boys' Club movement. I believe that the utilization of...

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