POLITICAL NOTES: Primary & Pupils

In Iowa last week Congressman Lester Jesse Dickinson and Governor John Hammill rounded out their primary campaign for the Republican senatorial nomination with all the customary political gusto of the Midwest. Congressman Dickinson ''stood on his record," proclaimed this week's vote "a referendum on President Hoover," extolled the pending tariff bill. Governor Hammill also "stood on his record," insisted President Hoover was no issue in Iowa, denounced the tariff bill.

A final fillip to the campaign was the discovery by Dickinson supporters that the University of Iowa had sent to 20,000 high-school pupils...

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