THE CONGRESS: Great Expectorations

Because grim, humorless Senator William Henry ("Mac") McMaster, insurgent Republican up for reelection, loves the Hoover Administration no more than does lean-faced, witty Governor William John Bulow, his Democratic senatorial opponent, South Dakota this year is a political battlefield practically barren of national issues. However Nominee Bulow's blunt comedy—Will Rogers once called him "funnier than I am"—has saved their campaign from stagnation. Last week he declared: "They ain't any great issues out here, I guess. Mac's got a job and I want it." Nominee Bulow is famed for his tobacco chewing....

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