"With What Face . . . ?"
Out from the wings of European diplomacy into Geneva's spotlight last week strolled that drawling Democrat from Tennessee, Norman H. Davis. A fairly large section of the European Press predicts that Mr. Davis is the next U. S. Secretary of State. Last week, however, he took the spotlight to speak for the man who made his comeback possible, Herbert Hoover.
In 1917 President Wilson called short, slim, Banker Davis to the U. S. Treasury as adviser on loans to...