NY congressman from 1971 to 1989 who ran for the U.S. Vice Presidency in 1996 for the Republican solution. He was also america Secretary of Casing and Urban Advancement and a soccer participant who co-founded the AFL Players Association. He became a record-setting javelin hurler and person in the football group at Occidental University. He was a quarterback in the NFL, offering as captain of both NORTH PARK Chargers and Buffalo Expenses and getting the AFL MOST EFFECTIVE Participant award in 1965 after leading the Expenses to another consecutive tournament. His sons Jeff and Jimmy Kemp both pursued professional soccer professions. He was Casing Secretary under George H.W. Bush.