Campus Campaigning

The New Student, lately rejuvenated intercollegiate newsweekly, of no visible party bias, last week published its own, semi-complete survey of "the political fervor in the colleges." It found that this fervor seemed to de- cline "in proportion to the distance of the institution from Washington, D. C." Republican headquarters had reported 300 active Coolidge clubs, the result of expenditures by Chairman Butler. The Davis College League listed 100 clubs. The LaFollette forces, lacking literature, had created no clubs directly, but clippings from the undergraduate...

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