When President Roosevelt sailed off on his vacation the first of July, he left on his desk at the White House a document which seemed to indicate that not he but Postmaster General James Aloysius Farley was the real political boss of the Administration. Last week President Roosevelt, back in the White House again, got around to reasserting his political supremacy over his P. M. G.

In July John Wellington Finch, dean of the University of Idaho's School of Mines, was called to Washington to be made Director of...

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