GREAT BRITAIN: Gandhi's Goat

Before he left Bombay for London (TIME, Aug. 24), St. Gandhi protested loud and long that he expected nothing whatever to come of the Indian Round Table Conference. Last week while the conference, hopelessly hung up on the problem of Hindu-Moslem representation, still struggled on, he quietly booked passage to sail back to India the middle of November.

Meanwhile in the English Dairy Show at the Royal Agricultural Hall the benign nanny goat that provides Mahatma Gandhi with his goat's milk defeated all comers in her class, had a blue ribbon hung about...

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