National Affairs: G. O. P. Vice-Presidency

Republican vice-presidential racers spurted gently last week. Governor Theodore Roosevelt, flying back to his post in Porto Rico, stopped in Raleigh, N. C. long enough to confide to newsmen: "I expect Secretary of War Hurley to be the next Republican vice-presidential nominee."

In Washington, Secretary Hurley, pleased as Punch with Rooseveltian support, declared: "This thing is getting to be a good joke but really, you know, I'm not a candidate. Besides I was for Charlie Curtis in 1924. I was for him in 1928. I'm still for him."

Vice President Curtis still did not know...

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