THE PRIMARIES: Lesser Lights

While the big spotlights focused on presidential candidates last week, lesser lights followed lesser lights in four state primaries:

Iowa. With no presidential delegates at stake, the leading contest was for the Senate seat occupied and defended by Republican Bourke Blakemore Hickenlooper, 59 ardent supporter of the Benson farm program. Hickenlooper won renomination by a two-to-one margin over Attorney General Dayton Countryman, 38, temperance and high price-support advocate. Hick's November opponent will be R. M. ("Spike"') Evans, 65, landowner, onetime AAA administrator under Henry Wallace and a high price-support man who...

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