Alvin Victor Donahey is Governor of Ohio. A Democrat, he is mentioned along with dozens of others for his party Presidential 1928 nomination. The country generally does not know Mr. Donahey, often wonders just how he would become the White House's dignity.

Last week at Columbus, Ohio, Mr. Donahey conversed with one John A. Cline, Cleveland attorney, over a road paving question. Referring to the undated resignation which Governor Donahey requires his cabinet members to give when they accept appointments, Mr. Cline asked: "Suppose, Governor, the highway director had not conformed to your vote for concrete, would you have put that...

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