DEMOCRATS: The Rave for Ave

While an Indian quintet wailed the rhythm, a squaw named Evening Star one afternoon last week led a new brave named Eagle Chief arm-in-arm through a dance in the Great Falls, Mont. airport lobby. Eagle Chief, off the reservation, is New York's Governor Averell Harriman; the shuffles and wails were convincing demonstration that Harriman had sloughed off his "not active" role to hit the campaign warpath with all its handshaking, speechmaking, political backslapping and Indian ceremonials.

Working for Support. On a six-day, 6,780-mile junket through seven western states, Harriman moved fast and...

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