THE CONGRESS: Makings of 72nd (cont.)

Oklahoma last week held a primary. Candidates who finished in first place without a majority vote had to enter the State's first run-off primary next week with No. 2 candidates.

Republican Senator William Bliss Pine was renominated by a clear majority. Ira A. Hill, State Senator, apparently won the Republican nomination for Governor over all comers.

Close contests in the Democratic lists threw final nominations over into the runoff. Thomas Pryor Gore, blind onetime (1907-21) Senator, sought his old seat "to see if a man can still be elected to the Senate on $1,000."...

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