Massachusetts: Teddy's Ordeal

Delegates to the Massachusetts Dem ocratic Convention in West Springfield were disappointed when Teddy Kennedy's telephoned voice from Washington came over the public-address system. Teddy had planned to be on hand to accept his Senate renomination by acclamation. But now, because of the vote on the civil rights bill, he would be delayed. So would Indiana's Senator Birch Bayh, who was scheduled to be the convention keynote speaker. "I want every one to know that I am a candidate this next year, even though I'm hundreds of miles away," said Teddy. "We are now 15 minutes away...

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