National Affairs: Personnel: May 2, 1932

In Washington last week John B. Chappie, 32-year-old editor of the Ashland (Wis.) Press, vociferous foe of La Follettism, announced his candidacy for the Senate from Wisconsin. As a "stalwart" he will try to take the Republican nomination away from Senator John J. Elaine, La Follette "Progressive," in the September primary. Candidate Chappie got the front steps of the White House for a rostrum. "I make this announcement," he said, "after discussing with President Hoover at luncheon the campaign leading up to victory of real Republicans in Wisconsin. ... I take my stand with...

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