Immovably rough and rugged is Idaho's highest mountain, rising in independent grandeur above wild country between the Big Lost River and Pahsimeroi ranges. No less rugged is Idaho's senior U. S. Senator, William Edgar Borah, rising in independent grandeur above the wild Senate between the Republican and Democratic ranges.

"Highly complimented" felt Senator Borah last week to learn that his State, following the example of Wyoming which named its highest peak after its longtime Senator Francis Emroy Warren (TIME, July 1), was naming its highest spot Mount Borah. The Idaho Geographic Board,...

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