Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 22
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Politics Bristles With Famous Names By ARTHUR EOSON WASHINGTON (AP) — If you yearn to succeed in politics, have the foresight to get born into a politically prominent family. Incredible drive, money, gregariousness, a face a television camera can love, friends in the right places—all these lielp. If you have a name the voters already know, you may fin c j the j Fullmer Hints Of Retirement WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP)—A Gene Fullmer-Dick Tiger remtach ' is still planned, but Fullmer, the former middleweight champion, is thinking about quitting the boxing 7 game . .. but maybe not. His father-in-law died of a heart attack suffered at ringside when Tiger won the World Boxing Association title with a unanimous 15-round decision Tuesday night in San Francisco. When Gene returned home he was battered, bruised, grief stricken. He said he had serious doubts if he would ever fight again. "Is it worth it?" he asked. "My father-in-law dies, perhaps from the excitement. My mother carries on so every fight and my wife has been having pains in her arm like a stroke. "Is it worth all this to keep on fighting? Maybe I'm over the hill as a fighter and should quit."But Gene said later, "It's too early to say right now that I'm retiring. Plenty of thoughts come to one's mind at a time like this." Gene and Tiger are tentatively scheduled to- fight for the title again Jan. 19 either in Bozeman, Mont., or Las Vegas, Nev. early stages of 'your roao, wonderfully smoothed. This always' has been true in U.S. politics, but rarely have we had sojnany shining examples. Look at the famous names that will be on the ballots Nov. 6: Kennedy, Lodge, Roosevelt, Rockefeller, Morgentihau, Long. As usual, Massachusetts leads the familiar list. In the Senate rate It's Edward M. Kennedy, 30, who has a broth- Jayhawks Schedule Games wifl/i Indiana LAWRENCE (AP, — Th c University of Kansas will meet the University of Indiana in two football games in the distant future. The first game will be at Bloomington, Sept. 30, 1967, and the second one in Lawrence, Sept. 28, 1968. er for President and another brother for attorney general. He's running against George Lodge, 34, whose father was a senator a<l an ambassador to the United Nations. Another famous name was bumped off- Edward J. McCormack Jr., whose Uncle John is speaker of the House, was beaten in the primaries. A fourth famous name was added to the senatorial' list: H. Stuart Hughes, grandson of Charles Evans Hughes, who barely lost the presidency to Wooclrow Wilson, Is running as an independent. Move on to New York. It's ' true that Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller bears a fan.ous name, but until recently—say, in the last quarter of a century—a name so synonymous with riches would have been looked up on as a liability. Democrats, hoping to get in a few blows at whatever presidential ambitions Rockefeller has, have chosen Robert M. Morgen- thau to oppose him. Morgenfihau is relatively unknown, but he has a fine political name. His father, Henry Jr., was Franklin D. Roosevelt's secretary of the Treasury and his grandfather was Woodrow Wilson's ambassador to Turkey. Speaking of FDR, his, son, James, seeks re-election as a representative from California. Then there arc the Longs, a magical name in Louisiana. Gillis W. Long hopcso to be elected to the House an c l Russell B. Long expects to be rc-clcctcd to fihc Semite. On the other side of the political fence: Robert Taft, son of Sen. Robert A- Taft ami grandson of (•nrdeit CAt\ Page 23 Saturday. October 27, 1962 President William Howard Taft, hopes to be elected representative at large from Ohio. Of course, a name can be misleading, too. A candidate for Congress in Minnesota is Harding Coolidge Noblitt. Well-known Republican political names, Harding and Coolidge, but Noblitt is trying as a Democrat. MOV9NG? Save Money . . . 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