National Affairs: Here Comes the Bandwagon

Term Ill's bandwagon began to roll last week in New Hampshire. In California, Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee, the wheels were being oiled.

New Hampshire. In last week's primaries, Garner and Farley delegates were nowhere; twelve Roosevelt delegates (six votes) won handily. Only surprise came on the Republican side, where millionaire Governor Francis Parnell Murphy, now serving his second term, ran fifth in a race for four G. O. P. convention seats. By choosing Senators Styles Bridges and Charles Tobey, onetime Senator George Higgins Moses, onetime Governor Huntley Nowel Spaulding, the hillmen of New Hampshire...

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