National Affairs: Mere Member

Calvin Coolidge, U. S. President, will become U. S. Senator from Massachusetts on the expiration of his present term, last week sur- mised one James Morgan, political informer to readers of the Boston Globe. This surmise was refuted by Clinton Gilbert, able Washington correspondent of the New York Evening Post, who pointed out that as seats become vacant only in 1929 and in 1931, President Coolidge would either have to run for office while in the White House, or else wait for two years. Said Mr. Gilbert: "John Quincy Adams, by retiring from the...

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