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The Governor of Michigan, who at 80 is the oldest of all present Governors, continued criticizing moral tones last week following his denunciation of the Governors' Conference in New York. Not for nothing was he six times president of his State's Anti-Saloon League (and an honorary national vice president). Not for nothing had he served Michigan seven terms as Lieutenant Governor in throttle-bottomed obscurity. He announced last week that his real purpose was to bring Prohibition back to Michigan,* then, in a radio sermon he declared:

"It is not what one contacts immediately at these high class functions that is the...

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