National Affairs: Nobel Cable

As what looked like a hearty afterthought, Vice President Dawes and eight members of Congress scribbled their names last week upon a cablegram to the Nobel Committee, Norwegian Storting, Oslo. The cablers declared that they, "duly qualified for making recommendations," did recommend U. S. Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg for the Nobel Peace Prize. His and M. Briand's Multilateral Peace Treaty was advanced in his favor.

The time-limit for recommendation was Feb. i, hence the cablegram. Evidently, no one had known just how to go about recommending a Nobel candidate—or perhaps no one had...

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