People, Dec. 14, 1936

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Elected when his name was left on the ballot by error after he had refused to be a candidate, onetime (1917-21) U. S. Ambassador to Japan Roland Sletor Morris, 62, resigned as Democratic Presidential elector from Pennsylvania "to make way for the younger men."

Having been certified by the Democratic State Convention and duly elected a Presidential elector from Ohio, Alton H, Eppley of Orrville was discovered by Ohio's Secretary of State to be nonexistent.

Claiming Utilitarian Samuel Insull had

promised her $40,000 worth of...

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