National Affairs: Cannon v. Inquisitors

Willingly into the Lobby Investigating Committee room, where some of the Senate's loudest lions roar, a quiet-appearing Daniel last week limped on one crutch, wearing a blue sack suit and old-fashioned "Congress gaiters," peering through rim less glasses. He was Bishop James Cannon Jr., Chairman of the Board of Temperance & Social Service of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, a man of political prominence whose spiritual loins were somewhat ungirded last month when his church's convention required him to ex press contrition or stand trial for ''bucket shop" gambling (TIME, May 19). He...

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