POLITICAL NOTES: Coastal Confusion

California's newspapers were last week filled with accounts of strange political tribes: the Roosevelts, the Sinclairs, the McGroartys; the Hoovers, the Landons, the Borahs. The final hour was at hand to file slates of delegates for California's Presidential primaries to be held May 5. Shortly before it struck came a news flash from Topeka, Kans., bringing Governor Alfred Mossman Landon's last word: He would "neither approve nor repudiate" the slate of delegates named for him. It was followed by a flash from Washington. Senator William Edgar Borah, who, ever since the opening...

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