U.S. At War: New Faces in the House

When the House reorganizes next January, there will be a generous number of new and important personalities who will add statesmanship, experience, life and color. Some of them:

Howard Johnstone McMurray, political science professor at the University of Wisconsin, who beat Republican Isolationist Lewis D. Thill in a Milwaukee German district which sent Socialist Victor L. Berger to Congress in 1918 as an anti-war representative. Son of a Baptist preacher, short, sturdy Democrat Howard McMurray, 41, is a licensed pilot, onetime Interstate Airlines operations and sales manager, onetime insurance statistician. Socialite women worked...

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