CAMPAIGN: Fiddlers Who?

Chicago—June 14.

Good Republicans throughout the land tucked that place and that date away in their minds last week for 1932 reference.

There and then would their party convene to renominate Herbert Clark Hoover for the Presidency.† The Republican National Committee, 100 members strong, so determined during its two-day meeting in the ballroom atop the New Willard in Washington. Down upon its sessions looked an enormous picture of the President ten years younger than reality.

The selection of Chicago as next year's Republican convention city smacked of a public auction. When Philadelphia. Detroit,...

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