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

Makings of the 72nd (Cont.)

An election in Maine last week gave the make-up of the 72nd Congress its first definite detail. Primaries in ten States sketched in more of its general outline. Developments:

Maine. Republican Representative Wallace Humphrey White Jr. was elected to the Senate over Frank Haskell, Democrat, by a 30,000 majority to succeed Senator Arthur Robinson Gould, who did not run for reelection. The State also returned a solid Republican delegation to the House of Representatives. Republican Governor William Tudor Gardiner was reelected by some 16,000 votes over Edward...

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