National Affairs: Solos & Ducts

Last week's developments in the presidential campaign headlined the following names for the subjoined reasons:

Hiram Johnson, rambunctiously independent Republican Senator from California, met newshawks in Chicago on his way to Washington. Pressed for a statement, he seized a piece of copy paper and scribbled: "The decision of Mr. Coolidge not to become a candidate next year entitles him to the highest praise of the American people. If Mr. Hoover were to make a like decision, he would have the undying gratitude of the rank and file of the Republican party." Asked if he...

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