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TWO of the women who are now being considered for the presidency of the United States by the League for a Woman President and Vice-President "super women," to use the description of its director, Lillian D. Rock--are now heading two of the leading eastern women's colleges. Dean Virginia C. Gildersleeve, of Barnard College, and Dr. Mary E. Wooley, president of Mount Holyoke College, are the leading nominees of the organization which believes that man's domination of the affairs of the nation has been a complete failure. The first goal of the new organization is to elect a vice-president (an astrologist has predicted a woman vice-president in 1940).

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