Aboard the Hoover bandwagon there clambered last week:

1) Governor Fred R. Zimmerman of Wisconsin, who in 1924 was part of his State's "bolt" from the convention that nominated Calvin Coolidge to the skirmishers who later nominated the late La-Follette. Governor Zimmerman, prodigal, visited President Coolidge at Brule, Wis. (see p. 7). Governor Zimmerman, candidate for reelection, began opening Hoover-Zimmerman clubs. Governor Zimmerman said that after the eight-year (1912-1920) Democratic régime in Washington "it is but a miracle that there is anything at all left of America to be corrupt with."...

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