People: Sep. 27, 1926

Had they been interviewed, some people who figured in last week's news might have related certain of their doings as follows:

Frank B. Kellogg, Secretary of State: "Last week in Philadelphia as I rode in the tonneau of an automobile with Mayor Kendrick of Philadelphia, one Edward Davis, 67, darted into the traffic. We struck him, knocked him down, injured slightly his forehead. Chauffeur Eugene Stevenson was arrested, but the Mayor and I were not molested."

Judge E. H. Gary: "Every year when my birthday comes round the newspapers speak darkly of a pitcher that...

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