National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mentions: Jun. 8, 1925

In Birmingham, Ala., a Republican Vice President appeared on a platform with a Democratic Senator who will seek reelection in 1926. Mr. Dawes spoke in praise of Senate rule which would permit a majority to close debate. Then, turning benignantly to Mr. Oscar W. Underwood: "The leading proponent of this great reform is Senator Underwood, who has been for years a standard-bearer in a courageous fight for the reform of the Senate rules on the floor of the Senate itself."

On the dunes at Southampton, L. I., is a little bungalow of perhaps 20...

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