Delegates from around the nation named Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas their nominee for President late Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

The vote had been a foregone conclusion since Gov. Clinton's win in the spring primaries. But one unexpected curve appeared yesterday when Ross Perot, an undeclared independent candidate, announced in Dallas that he was abandoning his grass-roots presidential bid.

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