RHODE ISLAND: Fighting Irish

Walter Edmund O'Hara is a dapper, quick-witted little Irishman of 40, who three years ago crowned a lifetime of varied business and sporting activity by building the $1,200,000 Narragansett racetrack near Pawtucket, R. I, developed it into one of the richest racing establishments in the U. S. Robert Emmet Quinn is a fiery little Irishman of 43, a rough and tumble politician who crowned his career last year by getting elected Governor of Rhode Island. That the Union's smallest State is too small to hold two such little Irishmen was a fact which even the dullest Rhode Islander comprehended...

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