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100,000 HEAR ROOSEVELT ACCEPTANCE AT PHILADELPHIA
View taken last night showing Franklin Field, Philadelphia, packed with more than 100,000 listeners, as President Roosevelt spoke at notification cere* monies. Photo made from far corner of stadium, looking toward speaker’s stand. Copyright A. P. Wirephoto. Vice President Garner took a walk of his own yesterday. He is shown on a brief constitutional with a reporter, after which he retired for a nap before the notification. —Copyright, A. P. Wirephoto. Three children of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Donaldson, 900 Nineteenth street, rooting for Roosevelt on a Constitution avenue curb as the parade passes. Left to right: Joan,'7; Cragin, 12, and Bobby, 3. —Star Staff Photo. The President’s mother, Mrs. James Roosevelt, steps to his side as he finishes his address. Behind her are the President’s wife and Vice President Garner. Behind the Chief Executive is his son James. Copyright A. P. Wirephoto. Elder Michaux leading his choir during the local rally at the stadium. . —Star Staff Photo. President Roosevelt raises Vice President Garner’s hand in greeting to the fl crowd at Philadelphia last night. —Copyright, A. P. Wirephoto. fl Dorothy McIntyre about to take a header from her mount, Herman, during the donkey base ball game last night at Griffith Stadium. Dicky Moore, child movie star, among enthusiasts in local demonstration. —Star Staff Photo. Horse and Buggy Days, as portrayed by Constance Gregory of Wash ington, in the local Roosevelt parade. —Star Staff Photos. These Indian lassies, from Government offices in the Capital, mode uo a float in last night*s parade. —Star Staff Photo.