Letters: Mar. 26, 1928

Calves' Brains Scrambled Sirs:

Although I am a native of the district Senator Willis used to represent in Congress, I had never heard him speak until last fall when I was taken along-for-the-ride to a rally of Republican women at Columbus; and since that time I've felt like starting out on a crusade—a futile one, probably, for I must admit that the girls seemed to relish such examples of bawling calf oratory as (I quote impressionistically) : "that lovable, that noble, that fooo-oully maligned man, Warren G. Harding"; "the gloooorious wooomanhood of the State...

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