National Affairs: Taxi, Tallyho

Nominee Robinson, bound for Albany, whirled in an automobile through a narrow one-way street in Hastings, N. Y. Around a corner, going the wrong way, appeared a taxicab. Voices shouted, brakes screamed, the cars stopped without crashing, no one was hurt.

Nominee Smith, Governors Ritchie of Maryland and Moore of New Jersey, and Senator Edwards of New Jersey, sat on top of a tall tallyho and paraded through Camp Moore at Sea Girt, N. J. An escorting horseman let his mount sidle into one of the coach's four horses. The coach horses reared, swerved. The tallyho tipped sharply, on two wheels....

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