Ambitions In New York

In New York, there was some ripe political speculation. Handsome, strapping Brigadier General William O'Dwyer, late of the Allied Control Commission in Italy, returned to his $20,000-a-year job as Brooklyn's District Attorney. Bill O'Dwyer promptly squelched a rumor that he had returned to civvies to run as Democratic candidate for Mayor of New York next fall against Fusionist "Butch" LaGuardia.

O'Dwyer's emphatic denial brought forth hotter political dope: LaGuardia would run for a fourth term with Fusion, American Labor Party and Tammany backing. His re-election thus assured, he could stay at City Hall just long enough to run for U.S....

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