Glenn and Fred J. .Moore of Humboldt. State Appears For Coolidfie During the aftejnoon the convention was stirred to some enthusiasm by a statement by D'Egilbert that in a tour, just completed, of 2,4 counties in the southern and central parts of the State he found .-i gigantic wave of ] sentii.iefit moving for Coolidge and that the President is su.-e of an overwhelming overwhelming suitport in Caliloinia against Hiram Johnson. "Coolidgc's elf .-ctinn," Mr. D'Egilbert said, "will assure us a government in j Washington, not in Kuftsia or in .South Dakota." He said thnt tiirce-foui-ths of the 24 counties vi'-jlijd will go for Prcsidi'tit j I "oclidge, .'ind that these include inany counties hei etofore for Johnson, He dccliLrecl also that Governor Riihard- son's ..(lininistratii^n i.s meeting with ig ^enerouH apiJroval in the South.