POLITICAL NOTES: Miscellaneous Mentions: Aug. 15, 1927

James Joseph ("Gene") Tunney, world's champion heavyweight fisti-cuffer, addressed an American Legion convention in Troy, N. Y. Said he: "Radicalism must be suppressed! And the Legion can help in suppressing it!"

Governor William J. Bulow of South Dakota stood up at the state beauty contest at Yankton, S. Dak., to make a speech on the subject of the "World's Fair." Said he: "I did some talking lately and got into trouble. Therefore I am going to play safe tonight. It's a fine evening, isn't it. I am sure no one can disagree with that statement tonight. It...

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