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(Studio) Cand. for 1st Lady campaign noted.
(Yellowstone National Park) Good crowd greets Pat Nixon at Yellowstone, but few potential voters on Yellowstone tour. [Old Faithful, geyser, filmed.] Pat Nixon campaign style analyzed. (Idaho Falls, ID) Rally held at Nixon campaign headquarters [Mrs. NIXON - promises to work for November victory.] Visits senior citizens' home. Mrs. Nixon quoted on election prospects, as she mingles with crowd of older voters.
REPORTER: Marya McLaughlin
(Saint Louis, Missouri) Eleanor McGovern campaigns hard in Missouri. Local politicos miffed over Senator Thomas Eagleton affair, and omission of Democratic governor cand., Edward Dowd, from McGovern speech. Crowds follow Mrs. McGovern. (Council Bluffs, Iowa) Tours senior citizen center. [Mrs. McGOVERN - speaks of rights of older citizens.] [Mrs. McGOVERN - exchanges remarks with elderly man.] [Unidentified WOMAN - responds negatively says she can't be 2-faced.] [Mrs. McGOVERN - replies politely.] Later Mrs. McGovern flew home to DC. Will campaign in East later. [Mrs. McGovern pictured leaving.]
REPORTER: Sylvia Chase
- Chase, Sylvia;
- McLaughlin, Marya
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