CAMPAIGN: Growth of Willkie

A pause for rest and "a mild digestive upset" (temperature: 100°) interrupted Thomas Edmund Dewey's second swing through the West last week. He holed up at Colorado Springs, where in the heady mountain air his entourage put out claims that he will have enough G. O. P. convention votes to nominate him for President on the first ballot. Democrat Jim Farley swigged tomato juice (his strongest tope) at a succession of Manhattan cocktail parties, let "friends" announce to the press that he also has first-ballot prospects (if Franklin Roosevelt does not run). Paul McNutt paraded through Guthrie, Okla., in...

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