A result of last week's political convulsion in Republican Illinois (see p. 11) was the acquisition of 49 of his home State's 61 delegates by Candidate Lowden. Other victories in the Midwest having brought the Lowden delegates to a total of 183, Clarence F. Buck, the Lowden impresario, announced that Mr. Lowden would be nominated at Kansas City on the fourth ballot.

To this statement Impresario James W. Good of Hooverism gently replied: "Every indication points to Mr. Hoover's nomination on the first or second ballot."

Men who like Hooverism little better than Lowdenism were saying, last week, that Uninstruction and Coolidge-Anyway...

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