The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, January 02, 1921, Magazine Section, Page 4, Image 76

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TX the November election the young-
Iest congressman on- record was
chosen in the 13th distr'ct of
Michigan. He is Clarence J. MclJeod,
a i Jtroit attorney, who became 26
years old July 3. 1920. He 13 to serve
out the term of the late Congressman
C. E. Nichols. The republican nomina
tion for this seat was won August 31.
less than two months after Mr. Mc
Leod became eligible to make the
Marshal Foch. who commanded the
allied forces in the world war. Is a
rlever marksman and enthusiastic
hunter. A picture presented here
shows him in civilian clothes as he
was waiting for a shot at a, pheasant.
recent hunt.
Shortly after the Inauguration of
her husband aa president of Mexico.
Mrs1. Alvara Obregon was hostess at
a tea party to American men and
women, at the presidential palace in
Cbapultepec. Mexico. In the illustra
tion Mrs. Obregon is second from the
After having lived as a monk for 20
years. James Connell BiddJe, meniber
of a prominent Philadelphia family,
has taken a bride. She waa Miss Lena
Gaines of Warrenton. Va. They were
wedded in Washington, D. C after he
gave up life in a monastery at Geth
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