Republicans: He Didn't Say Yes But He Didn't Say No

After a rough but remarkably successful legislative session, Pennsylvania's Republican Governor William W. Scranton, 46, flew to his vacation abode at Hobe Sound, Fla. He spent a couple of weeks playing tennis, reading books (17 in all) and trying to relax. He also dropped in on some old friends in the neighborhood, but after a few such visits his rest was almost ruined. Repeatedly, Scranton was given a sly wink, told what a cagey fellow he was to pretend that he didn't really want the 1964 G.O.P, presidential nomination, and assured that his...

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