THE CAMPAIGN: Some Political Sparks But Still No Fire

THE political talk in Baltimore was not of the presidential campaign, but the whimsical fate of Mayor William Schaeffer, who stuck his arm out of his car window—and had someone snatch off his $42 wristwatch. Nixon bumper stickers were appearing in Nebraska, but they were vastly outnumbered by bright red NEBRASKA NUMBER ONE signs plugging the university's football team. The big debate in San Francisco was over the attempts of a school dietician to ban graham crackers for milk breaks on the grounds that they stick to tots' teeth and cause cavities....

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