Recently Senator Joe T. Robinson felled with a fist-blow, on the Chevy Chase golf course in Washington, a fellow-golfer whose behavior displeased him. Mr. Robinson was suspended from the club (TIME, July 7) and later his suspension was made permanent.

Senator Robinson is a downright man. He is quite the Sir Anthony Absolute of the Senate—downright almost to the point of being domineering. Senator Thaddeus H. Caraway, Mr. Robinson's colleage from Arkansas, is quite a different type. His movements are slow, his manner is mild,...

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