POLITICAL NOTES: Bride's Bouquet

A man who ran unsuccessfully for Vice President in 1920 is now President of the U. S. In the breast of Charles Curtis, who ran unsuccessfully for re-election as Vice President in 1932, all hope of recovering political prestige is not dead. Last week he allowed his hope of playing a part in 1936 to get the better of him. Like a bride throwing her bouquet, he took careful aim and tossed his Presidential endorsement over the heads of other Republican hopefuls to a man from his native State:

"I'm for Governor Landon of Kansas,...

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