Army marksmen all know the story about the old rifleman who never took a bath during the National Shoot because "it might change his conditions." Last week at a Democratic victory dinner in Hartford, Governor-elect Wilbur Lucius Cross of Connecticut, 68, Dean-Emeritus of Yale's Graduate School, attributed his good health during his rigorous campaign to the fact that he was too busy to take a bath. While younger and sturdier associates succumbed to minor ills, said Governor-elect Cross, he never felt better in his life. "When I returned home after a rally...

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