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CRIMSON AND LAMPOON HIT BY GOV. CURLEY IN SPEECHES

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Governor Curley again made political capital out of the name "Harvard" when he issued a "severe rap" at the Lampoon and the Crimson in rallies last night. Citing a Lampoon cartoon entitled "Curley Addresses His Puritan Ancestors" as illustrative of how Harvard felt toward the "ordinary man" (His Excellency acting in the capacity of "ordinary man") he went on to quote the remarks of a Square merchant in Friday's Crimson on President Roosevelt's ride down Mass Avenue.

The merchant said that it was a poor idea to have the Governor riding in the same car with the first Executive". As the President left the state without even a polite statement endorsing the Governor's candidacy, this casual opinion may have been more widely held than the Governor liked.

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