The Presidential Derby (published in June 1940 edition of the Republican)
“The Presidential Derby (published in June 1940 edition of the Republican).” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 17 Aug. 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/39407. Accessed 2 Aug. 2021.
|Title||The Presidential Derby (published in June 1940 edition of the Republican)|
|Republican National Convention (1940 : Philadelphia, Pa.)|
|Description||Heading and introductory paragraph of article in the Republican 1940 Republican National Convention issue.|
|Source||Browne Popular Culture Library; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
The Presidential Derby
Four-Year Classic from Republican Thoroughbreds
On this and the three succeeding pages are pitures and short, short biographies of twnety-one ment. They are all Republicans; and each is at least within striking distance of the Republican nomination for President of these United States. Each has been noinated by friends and supporters for the Presidential Derby to be held in Philadelphia beginning June 24, 1940. All protrayed on these pages do not admit themselves covetous of the prize. Yet, it is believed, non would refuse were it suddenly thrust his way. Bt here they are, ladies and gentlemen, as they go to the post. To help you place your bets, we have had our ace politcal railbird and handicapper, Junius III, rate their chances with the following symbols:
Remember the Kentucky Derby!
... and may the best man win!
|Original Format||Magazine article|