National Affairs: Ohio's Fourth

Hard to hold, apparently, iz the seat of the junior U. S. Senator from Ohio, once filled by Warren Gamaliel Harding. In three years Death & Defeat have cut down its last three occupants. Last week a fourth man stepped up to try his luck.

In 1926 Frank Bartlette Willis, who used to grease the inside of his throat with vaseline before making a campaign speech, was re-elected to the seat for a term expiring in 1933. He died in 1928. Appointed was Cyrus Locher. Ohio voters rejected him in 1928. He, too, is now...

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