THE CONGRESS: Makings of the 72nd (Cont.)

Makings of the 72nd (Cont.)

Developments of the week in the makings of the 72nd Congress:

Wyoming. To succeed Senator Patrick J. Sullivan, Republicans in their primary nominated Robert Davis Carey, 52, onetime (1919-23) governor, over three rivals. Nominee Carey, son of Wyoming's first Senator (1890), attended The Hill School, was graduated from Yale in 1900. In the November election he will be opposed by Democratic Senatorial Nominee Harry H. Schwartz, Casper oil man. Renominated by the G. O. P. were Governor Frank Collins Emerson, Representative Vincent Carter....

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