THE PRESIDENCY: Return of Ulysses

Like a Ulysses returned from his sea-wanderings, Franklin Roosevelt brought home to the U. S. press (which for the first time in 19 days met him last week aboard the U. S. S. Houston at Balboa, C. Z.) two stories that in Ulysses' day would certainly have been referred to the oracles for interpretation: 1) At Galápagos, on shore leave, seamen from the Houston beheld two huge hawks swooping down upon a herd of wild goats. Each hawk seized a kid in its talons, started to flap away. Hurling stones at the hawks,...

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