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McNutt Will Slump
On Theory Roosevelt
Will Not Run Again
Presidential Candidate
Going on Leave With
President's Approval
By G. GOULD LINCOLN.
Federal Security Administrator
Paul V. McNutt swings into a fast
moving campaign for the Demo
cratic presidential nomination on
May 6.
With the approval of President
Roosevelt he is talcing a three-week
furlough from his office as admin
istrator—an office to which he was
appointed by the President on his
return from the Philippines last
summer—with the full understand
ing that his acceptance of the post
would not interfere with his cam
paigning for the presidency.
In order to prevent any misunder
standing about this campaign trip
Mr. McNutt is going on furlough.
He will appear, not as Federal Se
curity Administrator, but as Paul
McNutt, candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination, former Governor
of Indiana.
In a formal statement issued by
Mr. McNutt today he made it clear
that he stands on the assurance he
gave when he returned to this coun
j try sjid took the job of Federal
Security Administrator—an assur
ance that he would not himself he
a candidate if the President should
run for renomination.
No Positive Assurance.
Mr. McNutt has insisted, however,
that he did not believe Mr. Roose
velt would run again—and on that
hypothesis his campaign has been
carried on by the McNutt-for-Pres
ident clubs and committees all
over the country and particularly
by Frank McHale, Democratic na
tional committeeman for Indiana,
who is his campaign manager. His
coming stumping trip will be made
on the same theory—that the Pres
ident will not run again.
The Hoosier candidate, however,
has not, so far as is known, been
given any positive assurance by the
President he will decline to run.
However, Mr. McNutt did discuss
: his plans for a furlough and a cam
paign trip lasting for three weeks
with the President. The statement
he issued today is also understood
to have had the O. K. of the White
j House.
The McNutt speaking trip will
start in Michigan. He will travel
j through that State, through Illinois,
; Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, New
I Mexico. Arizona, California, Oregon 1
and Washington. On his way back
east, Mr. McNutt will visit Idaho,
; Utah, Nevada. Wyoming, Nebraska
| and will bring his travels west to an
end .at Waterloo, Iowa, where he
will deliver his first farm speech to
the State convention of the Young
Democrats on May 20.
Back to Washington will be his
next move and then he will begin
a swing into the South, which will
take in Georgia, Mississippi and
Louisiana. When his travels are
concluded he Hill have visited prac
tically every State which does not
have a favorite-son candidate for
the Democratic presidential nomi
nation.
Farley Back From Trip.
The only other Democratic can
didates for the presidential nomina
tion who have undertaken to go on
the stump are Postmaster General
Parley and Senator Wheeler of
Montana. Mr. Parley landed in
Washington the end of last week,
after a swing into the West, as
far south as Texas, and back
through several Southern States.
Mr. Wheeler has made no consecu
tive swing into the States, but has
filled speaking engagements in all
parts of the country since his hat
was tossed in the ring by Senator
Johnson of Colorado and a group of
other Western Senators.
At one time Mr. McNutt’s back
ers seriously planned to enter him
in some of the presidential prefer
ential primaries where there were
no favorite-son candidates. This
plan was upset, however, when the
Roosevelt third termers thrust the
President’s name into New Hamp
shire, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Illinois,
Oregon, California and several other
States. Mr. McNutt is not running
against the Present. What his
friends hope is that he will run with
the approval of the President in
the end.
in me meantime tne .Hoosier
Democrat is planning to keep him
self before the voters as an active
candidate for the nomination. His
friends have gone into many States,
always urging that the leaders and
the delegates turn to Mr. McNutt as
their choice, provided Mr. Roosevelt
is not nominated. They say that a
surprising number of delegates have
agreed to support their candidate
if and when the President takes
himself definitely out of the race.
Garner Forces Still Hopeful.
Vice President Gamer has gone
into a number of the presidential
primaries, an avowed opponent of
the President himself. He has been
beaten 3 to 1 in Wisconsin, 6 to 1
in Illinois, and will take it on the
chin# politically speaking, also in a
number of other States where his
name has been entered, among
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them Oregon. The Vice President’s
supporters are still hopeful they
may pick up a majority of the dele
gates In California, where factional
troubles exist among the Democrats
supporting the President for re
nomination.
While Mr. McNutt has gone on a
number of speaking trips, away
from Washington, since he took his
present office, he has kept away
from personal political talks. He
has not disassociated himself from
nis Federal office—as he will when
he campaigns next month.
The McNutt supporters have felt
aggrieved over the way in which
the Internal Revenue Bureau has
let it leak out that his income was
being investigated—to see if he re
ceived any of the so-called "2 per
cent club” funds.
They insist that their candidate
is not involved in any way—and they
hope that eventually some statement
will come from the bureau or the
Treasury Department entirely ex
onerating Mr. McNutt.
McNutt Gooc Campaigner.
Mr. McNutt is a good campaigner
—and his supporters are counting on
his effectiveness on his barnstorm
ing trip, soon to be made. They
say he is by no means to be counted
out of the presidential race, if the
President does not run again.
Mr. Farley's recent trip wras not
billed as a campaign trip. He did
not temporarily remove himself
from his official duties, for he spoke
at dedications of new post office
buildings and before associations of
postal employes But Mr. Farley
is Democratic National Chairman as
well as Postmaster General, and It
Is understood he did not fall to talk
politics with his friends as he Jour
neyed about.
The Postmaster General shocked
some of the third-term boomers
not long ago when he said in Massa
chusetts he was a candidate "with
out reservations ” This interpreted
as meaning his name would be
presented to the Democratic Na
tional Convention, whether the
President should be a candidate or
not.
Semi-Automatic Rifle
Given Army by Italy
By the Auoclated Presi.
ROME, April 15 —The newspaper
II Glornale d’ltalia reveals that the
Italian Army has been provided with
the first semi-automatic rifle in
Europe. The new streamlined
weapon, described as light, accurate
and sure-firing, is intended to re
place the ordinary infantry rifle used
by the Italian Army since 1891.
The United States, with its Garand
rifle, was said to be the other country
having such a semi-automatic
weapon.
The Italian gun can be fired
with virtual machinegun speed, 11
Glornale declared, with the ad
vantage that it can be aimed by the
eye while held at the shoulder. It
added that the new rifle is capable
of firing a single clip of 120 cartridges
a minute, but that 40 a minute was
considered a good average for maxi
mum effectiveness.
U. S. Freighter Aground;
100 Removed to Safety
By the AuoeUted Prew,
TOKIO, April 15.—One hundred
persons aboard the 8370-ton Amer
ican freighter City of Los Angeles
were removed to safety today after
the vessel ran aground off Yoko
hama Harbor.
The ship was undamaged and it
was expected she would be refloated
at high tide.
Academy Elects Walker
John Walker III, chief curator of
the National Gallery of Art, has
been elected trustee of the Ameri
can Academy in Rome, Italy, it was
announoed today.
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