National Affairs: Guarded

It is no secret at Amherst College that John Coolidge has been guarded by Colonel Edward W. Starling, U. S. Secret Service agent with a delightful Southern drawl, since the opening of school. They live in the same cottage near the campus, and are constantly together except when the President's son is attending classes. Last week the press heard of young Mr. Coolidge's protector for the first time. Forthwith rumors began to brew and circulate. Some said that cranks had been threatening the "First Son of the Land". . . . Others whispered...

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