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Earle Denies Being Presidential Timber

Addressing Faneuil Hall Group Governor Urges Respect For Constitution

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Speaking last night at the Faneuil Hall exercises to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Massachusett's constitutional ratification, George H. Earle '11, Governor of Pennsylvania, New Dealer, and keen presidential aspirant, disclaimed that he had a desire to be the 1940 Democratic nominee.

He urged his listeners to regard the Constitution 'not as a dead hand of the past upon our national life, but as a living and breathing document of the present."

Tonight in the Union at 7:30 o'clock Governor Earle will address the Freshman class.

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