National Affairs: Summonsed

The slight affair on the links of the Chevy Chase Country Club (Washington, D. C), in which Senator Robinson of Arkansas, with a swift punch to the face, rendered horizontal a gentleman with whom he had had an altercation (TIME, June 30) resulted, in true legal fashion, in a summons. The Senator was invited by the Board of Governors to appear on July 7 "to show cause why he should not be expelled, suspended for a definite period, or censured." Meanwhile he was suspended from the Club.


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