National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mentions: Nov. 23, 1925

Harold E. ("Red") Grange, an Illinois University footballer, will be a Congressman if certain of his friends who like to see him run have their way. Last week they circulated a petition to put him on the Republican primary ballot as candidate for Congressman-at-large. If nominated next April he might be elected next November, and in December, 1927, when the next Congress will probably meet, he would be only six months under the minimum age for Congressmen (25 years).

John W. Langley, of Pikeville, Ky., was convicted some 18 months ago of conspiracy to...

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