Vice President Charles Curtis, hurrying back to Washington after voting
in Topeka, Kan., stopped off at Chicago to read election returns.
Said he: "We expected the Democrats to be disappointed but it was we
Republicans who were disappointed. . . . They can't beat us in 1932.
. . . Good times are just around the corner."
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