"Doesn't he look well!" has become the stock remark of tourists who catch sight of President Coolidge in northwestern Wisconsin. Brown, brisk, he continued his vacation last week unirritated. He cast flies on the Brule River at all hours and put the largest fishes which unsuccessfully tried to eat the flies into the Cedar Lodge "live box," so that he could display them to visitors or eat them at pleasure. He kept his semiweekly office hours in the high school library at Superior, and made one unscheduled trip on which Mrs. Coolidge...

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