POLITICAL NOTES: Cashier, Puritan, Quack

Only last week was Kansas sure whom its electorate had made Governor on Nov. 4. After a careful recount of ballots there were 319 more for Harry Woodring than for Frank Haucke. Harry Woodring, 41, is the first Democratic gubernatorial winner in Kansas since 1922.

Thus ended the State's strangest election. The appeal to the voters by both the Republican and the Democratic candidate was that he had been State head of the American Legion. Republican Haucke made known that he did not smoke, drink, chew or go to dances. Democrat Woodring made...

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